Rapid Evaporation Solutions for Natural Product Extraction Processes
23 Sep 2013

The use of natural products for pharmaceutical research presents a unique challenge. Besides the chemistry issues of isolation, the fundamental process of extracting and preparing the natural product can be very time consuming. This application report demonstrates that use of the Rocket™ and SampleGenie™ eliminates a transfer step in sample preparation, allowing companies such as the National Center for Natural Products Research (NCNPR) to save time.

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