Parenteral grade, vegetable-derived Cholesterol (FDA DMF 29599)
Posted: 7 September 2016 | | No comments yet
The virtues of vegetal- vs. animal-derived actives and excipients are well-known and need no elaboration…
The virtues of vegetal- vs. animal-derived actives and excipients are well-known and need no elaboration. Wilshire Technologies has been a leader in offering cGMP-compliant, animal-origin-free (AOF) vegetal replacements for animal-derived products.
PhytoChol®, our fully EP-, USP-, cGMP-compliant, vegetal-derived Cholesterol (FDA DMF 27020) was introduced nearly a decade ago and has since gained broad acceptance throughout the pharma and biopharma industries. Today, Wilshire Technologies is the only reliable source of gram and bulk (Kg, MT), cGMP |non-cGMP, AOF, vegetal-derived Cholesterol, and the only one to offer consumer-verifiable proof of its unadulterated plant origin.
Previously unavailable, but sorely needed, has been a vegetal-derived parenteral-grade Cholesterol. Wilshire Technologies is now pleased to introduce PhytoChol® puriss (FDA DMF 29599), the first vegetal-derived Cholesterol for parenteral use.
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