Alpine Winter Conference

Visit us at the 2nd Alpine Winter Conference in St. Anton, taking place Jan. 19.- Jan 23, 2020 The Conference topics will include: Accelerating Drug Discovery by Intelligence Augmentation Drug Discovery Tales Frontiers of Synthetic Chemistry Innovation and Inspiration from Natural Products Predictive ADME Sciences: Striking a Balance Between in Silico and Experimental Work? Protein […]

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Plant of the month December

Bixa orellana – Achiote The Achiote is one of the oldest crop plants in South America and is now cultivated in the complete tropical area. As early as the 1490’s the red dye obtained from the ground seeds has been used to color textiles and for red ink. Today annatto is a verified food colorant […]

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Let`s meet in San Diego

Antibody and ADC experts are meeting in San Diego Dec. 9-13. For this reason I`m going to present a poster with the titel: “Novel Mode Of Action Molecules” which explains the inhibition of the GRP78 pathway of one of our molecules. In case you would  like to arrange an appointment, don`t hesitate to reach out […]

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Antimony Potassium Tartrate

Our Antimony Potassium Tartrate is supplied by an European producer who produces the compound of vine origin.

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Medicinal plants of the month November

Ardisia crenata This plant belongs to the family of Primulaceae. It originates from Asia, but is an invasive species in some other countries, e.g. the United States. It is widely used as ornamental plant. Identified ingredients include the aglycon Ardisicrenogenin and several ardisicrenosides (saponins). Several substances isolated from the root show cytotoxic activities in human […]

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Our new trainees

We are happy to introduce our three new team-members: Ms. Lusine Davtyan (left) started a 6 month lasting internship as a student of  health care management at Cfm. Ms. Celine Pohlers (center) started an education as whole sale and foreign trade merchant at Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch GmbH. Ms. Sina Weichold (right) stated the same education […]

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DECHEMA – Frankfurt am Main

Products, processes and trends in the extraction of Phytoextracts Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch GmbH is attending the info day at the DECHEMA house in Frankfurt. The topic “Products, processes, and trends in the extraction of Phytoextracts” is including subjects like “legal and regulatory aspects”, “technology aspects”, “new products and effectiveness (evidence)”, “bio-economy/ cascade use” and “cosmetics, […]

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Medicinal plant of the month October

Vanilla planifolia Probably the most famous orchid and source of one of the most expensive spices in the world. Origin of the Vanilla orchid is Mexico, the region around Veracruz. Mainly due to the aromatic ingredient Vanillin, developed during fermentation of the seed vessel, it was already famous in Aztec times. more

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Meet us in San Diego

On October 10th and 11th we are going to exhibit the 5th time in  a row at the World-ADC-Conference in San Diego. The event takes place at Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, 1 Market Pl, San Diego, CA 92101.  Make sure to visit us at our booth #43 in order to stay tuned about Novel […]

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Mycotoxins

Mycotoxins for analytical purposes

Mycotoxins: Chemical analysis reagents from Marktredwitz for the world. The term mycotoxins refers to toxic metabolic products, formed by mold fungi. Because of their toxicity to humans and animals mycotoxins are among the undesirable contaminants in food and feed. To date, there are ~ 250 known types of molds that make up more than 300 […]

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Medicinal plant of the month

Zingiber officinale The ginger rhizome (zingiberis rhizoma) has found it’s use as condiment and cure for many years. Especially in Southeast Asia where it’s also assumed to originate. However, nowadays it’s cultivated in almost every land with tropical climate. It’s typical spicy taste is attributed to Gingeroles which are chemically related to Capsaicin and Piperin, […]

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Honey season is Pyrrolizidine alkaloid season

Many people like to eat and drink honey in many variations. But as bees do not distinguish between pyrrolizidine-containing and pyrrolizidine-free plants, these substances are also found in honey again.

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