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Chemistry A vitamin D analog, dihydrotachysterol (DHT) occurs as odorless, colorless or white crystals, or crystalline white powder. It is practically insoluble in water, sparingly soluble in vegetable oils, and soluble in alcohol. Dihydrotachysterol may also be known as dihydrotachysterol, dichysterol, or dihydrotachysterol- Storage – Stability – Compatibility All dihydrotachysterol products should be stored at… Read More »


1. What is a seizure? A seizure is a paroxysmal, transitory disturbance of brain function that has sudden onset, ceases spontaneously, and is likely to recur. Although most veterinarians call the resulting effects (e.g., jerky movements, staring) a “seizure,” the seizure is the neuronal event itself. The observable manifestation is called “seizure activity.” 2. Why… Read More »


POTASSIUM BROMIDE SODIUM BROMIDE Chemistry Potassium bromide occurs as white, odorless, cubical crystals or crystalline powder. One gram will dissolve in 1.5 ml of water. Potassium bromide contains 67.2% bromide. Each gram contains 8.4 mEq (mmol) of potassium and bromide. Sodium bromide occurs as white, odorless, cubic crystals or granular powder. One gram will dissolve… Read More »