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  • Jan302020
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    How do we offer competitive pricing?

    By admin

    Good question. Our primary leverage is volume and industry experience. When we purchase material at large scale we benefit from…

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  • Jan302020
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    How do you verify products?

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    We verify every batch of every product with the help of accredited independent third party laboratories. The equipment and methods…

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  • Mar212020
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    When are trading company and manufacturer COAs unreliable?

    By zitaruksergij

    A certificate of analysis, like any other certificate, is as valuable as the issuer and the trust you place in…

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  • Jan302020
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    Why is independent third party testing important?

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    Third party testing helps assure you are getting exactly what you paid for. A vendor can tell you whatever they…

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  • Jan302020
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    What purity are your products?

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    Generally our single molecule product purity standard is ≥98% by HPLC and many times our products test ≥99%. Some products…

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  • Jan302020
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    Do you have third party lab analysis and reports for all products?

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    Yes, we verify every batch of every product. You can view independent third party lab analysis and download copies of…

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  • Jan302020
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    What are impurities and what difference does ≥99%, ≥98% or ≥95% purity make?

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    There may not be a noticeable difference between ≥99% and ≥95% pure products. However, the problem is that you don’t…

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  • Jan302020
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    How does peptide quality and purity work?

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    Scenario: You purchase a peptide with an advertised content of 5mg at ≥98% purity but it weighs 6.25mg. What’s going…

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  • Jan302020
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    How is it possible for a quantitative (purity) report to be over 100%?

    By admin

    Quantitative (purity) analysis reflects mass purity, that is the proportion of mass of a sample that is the analyte, however…

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  • Jan302020
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    Can I see the raw analytical data, spectra, chromatograms, methods for your lab reports?

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    The answer is yes.. and no. Where possible we provide easy to verify spectra e.g. NMR, FTIR. Where this is…

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