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Water soluble vitamin E , Vitamin D3


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D-alpha tocopheryl polyethylene glycol 1000 succinate ,TPGS ,is a water-soluble derivative of vitamin E that can directly enhance the bioavailability of poorly soluble actives. TPGS is commonly used in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical formulations.

Key Features of TPGS

Based on natural-source vitamin E f

Conforms to USP-NF monograph Vitamin E Polyethylene Glycol Succinate

Produced according to IPEC-PQG GMP guidelines

No chlorinated solvents used

Detailed technical and regulatory information available

Enhanced delivery of life-saving drugs

TPGS directly increases the bioavailability and delivery of poorly soluble drugs.

TPGS can be used in oral, topical and parenteral dosage forms.

It is also used in dietary supplements, cosmetic applications and food.

Vitamin D3

 

Our Vitamin D3 series include

 

 

 

Feed grade

 

Vitamin D3 Oil Feed Grade: 1,000,000IU/g -15,000,000IU/g

 

Vitamin D3 500 CWS Feed Grade: 500,000IU/G min. (HPLC method)

 

Vitamin D3 500 Feed Grade: 500,000IU/G min. (HPLC method)

 

Food grade

 

Vitamin D3 Oil Food Grade1,000,000IU/g to 15,000,000IU/g, corn oil

 

Vitamin D3 Oil Food Grade1,000,000IU/g to 15,000,000IU/g, MCT oil

 

Vitamin D3 Granula Food Grade: 100,000IU/g, 400,000IU/g, 500,000IU/g.

 

Medical grade

 

Vitamin D3: 97.0%-102.0% (38,800,000- 4,080,000IU/g)

 

Vitamin D3 Resin: 22,000,000IU/g-28,000,000IU/g.

 

CHOLESTEROL NF:95%

 

CHOLESTEROL BP: 91% feed grade

 

 

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