Monday, April 04, 2011

Alguronic acid

Note text on the website:

Alguronic acid® is a never-before-seen biotechnology discovery from a team of scientists in San Francisco. Alguronic acid is a powerful regenerative compound produced by a specific and unique strain of microalgae that functions to protect and regenerate the single-celled organism in the harshest environments and conditions on the planet.

A chemical compund name trademarked? At TESS, one has: Botanical and algal extracts for use as ingredients in the manufacture of creams, topical ointments, toiletries, and cosmetics. FIRST USE: 20091207. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20091207 (registration number 3900135 ) Is alguronic acid "a" compound OR is it "botanical and algal extractS"? Is there some confusion here?

See also

Trolling the oceans for alguronic acid?


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