June 10, 2013
PALMYRA, Wis.Standard Process Inc. microbiologist David Schroeder joined the International Association for the Advancement of High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC).
The association collaborates on HPTLC methodology and techniques in plant analysis and other analytical fields. Schroeder gained experience while developing Standard Process botanical identification program, which was developed over a four-year period as part of Standard Process extensive quality assurance (QA) program. It is used to identify incoming raw materials from the company's certified organic farm and other ingredient sources.
As a member of the association, Schroeder will collaborate on HPTLC projects with other organization members worldwide. Working alongside members such as Eike Reich, director of CAMAG Laboratory in Muttenz, Switzerland, and Roy Upton, founder and executive director of the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia, Schroeder will choose projects that assist him in developing Standard Process botanical ID program.
Standard Process recently contributed $1,420 to Organic Seed Alliance as a part of the company's pledge to support organic farming.
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