Llamas Could be the Key for a Universal Flu Vaccine

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Llamas, the world’s wonderfully, spitting, pack animal, might be the answer to the illness that resulted in an estimated 80,000 American deaths last winter, which was the highest number in Continue Reading

Biosimilars, Generic Drugs, and the Pharmaceutical Industry

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Author: Chad Eichman, PhD – BioPharmaceutical Global Marketing Manager How Biosimilars are Affecting the Pharmaceutical Industry Honey Nut Cheerios™ or Honey Nut Tasteeos®? Glad® Trash Bags or Walmart’s Great Value™ Continue Reading

Cannabis GC-FID Method Development

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Explore our newest method development application focusing on the determination of residual solvents and terpenes in cannabis by GC-FID. Below is a snippet from our recently published technical note by Continue Reading

Terpenes, Insecticide, and a LaCroix Lawsuit

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Terpenes, Insecticide, and a LaCroix Lawsuit By Scott Krepich, Food and Environmental Application Scientist Terpenes are a diverse class of organic compounds that can be found in many plants and Continue Reading

Synthetic Astaxanthin and the Salmon Controversy

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Astaxanthin: A Molecule That Allows You See Through Rose-Colored Glasses Author: Badaoui Omais, Ph.D. Astaxanthin is a red pigment originally contained in marine sources like algae and plankton. This molecule can Continue Reading