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Various levels of CBD and THC in your Cannabis Oils Vary Viscosity

We recently took two commercially available cannabis oil cartridges used to refill cannabis pens and measured the viscosity. The two main differences were the variation in THC and CBD Oils. Sample 1 had 78% THC and 0.29% CBD content. Sample 2 had 80 % THC and 0% CBD.

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Impact of Excipients on Viscosity

Excipients are a substance that is often added to protein formulations to serve as a medium for the proteins or active substance in the formulation. While commonly perceived as inert and just a supplement to improve the formulation or become a diluent, adding excipients have sometimes created a reaction of the ingredients in the formulation and according to the NPS Medicinewise article*, such reactions have resulted in various reactions in patients as well.
Learn how excipients can impact your buffer

In Applications, Proteins, Application Focus, Protein Solutions, protein formulation, application notes

New Publication Announcement - Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona-Virus

On April 12, 2019, a new paper, "Effective Vaccination against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona-virus," that focuses on the threat of emerging infectious pathogens and methods to develop vaccines to combat has been published. Diving into further details into pathogens such as Middle East respiratory syndrome corona-virus (MERS-CoV), it is important to understand the history of the disease, MERS.

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