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  • Squalene is a natural organic compound originally obtained for commercial purposes primarily from shark liver oil, though plant sources are used as well, including amaranth seed, rice bran, wheat germ, and olives.
  • Squalene has been proposed to be an important part of the Mediterranean diet as it may be a chemo preventative substance that protects people from cancer.
  • Squalene is a hydrocarbon and a triterpene, and is a natural and vital part of the synthesis of cholesterol, steroid hormones, and vitamin D in the human body.
  • It is used in cosmetics, and more recently as an immunologic adjuvant in vaccines.
  • Squalene oil is the most common fat and antioxidant produced in and on human skin. It is a natural moisturizer.
  • The adjuvant contained in the H1N1 vaccine is a natural product that consists of an oil-in-water emulsion composed of squalene – a naturally occurring substance found in plants, animals, and humans that is highly purified for use in the vaccine.
  • The FLUAD® adjuvant is MF59. An adjuvant enhances the immune response. This is an oil-in-water emulsion, with squalene as the oil used.
  • Squalene is being investigated as an adjunctive therapy in some cancers. In animal
    models, it has proved effective in inhibiting lung tumors. It has also demonstrated chemo preventive effects against colon cancer in animal models.
  • Squalene, which is stored mainly in the shark's liver, is lighter than water with a
    specific gravity of 0.855.
  • It is effectively a source of oxygen supplier. It has the same function as Ozon where its on becomes microbe killer and O2 becomes metabolism activator of cells.
  • Squalene may be beneficial as antioxidant and beauty supplement, but its most unique feature is the presence of alkyglycerols - chemical compounds found in human bone marrow and breast milk, which may help regenerate the immune system.
  • It is being 100% unsaturated fatty acid and is good for diets as it is not accumulated in the body. It provides oxygen to the brain, which increases memory capacity and is a
    good nutrient for the strains of overwork.
  • Squalene is an excellent non-greasy moisturizer that instantly softens the skin and help prevent damage of cells.
  • Squalene is a highly polyunsaturated hydrocarbon found throughout nature; it is found in small quantities in vegetable oils and in larger quantities in certain fish oils.
  • Squalene.
  • General Information.
  • Overview.
  • What is Squalene?
  • Properties and Structure.
  • Squalene-miraculous essential omega 2 oil.
  • Executive Summary of Squalene.
  • Benefits of Squalene.
  • Technical Information-Squalene.
  • Squalene-Brief Description.
  • Squalene Health Benefits Video.
  • Video information of Squalene.


  • Squalene-MSDS.
  • Safety Sheet of Squalene.
  • MSDS of Squalene.
  • Data Sheet of Squalene.
  • Squalene-Olive base oil Msds.
  • Squalene Safety sheet.
  • Safety Data sheet of Squalene.
  • Material Sheet of Squalene.
  • Msds - Squalene.
  • Squalene data sheet.
  • Material safety data sheet-Squalene.
  • Vegetable Squalene-MSDS.
  • Squalene Material Sheet.


  • Squalene 500MG.
  • Dermolene-olive oil.
  • PhytoSquene-Olive Oil-derived Squalene.
  • Squalene, Refined (99% shark base).
  • Squalene.
  • Tocobiol.
  • Squalene products.
  • Shark Oil.

Process & Toxicity

  • Novel Fractionation method for Squalene contained in the Deodorization distillate of rice bran oil.
  • Extraction of Squalene from components of deep-sea shark liver oils.
  • Determination of Squalene in Olive Oil using fractional crystallization for sample preparation.
  • Squalene and Thimerosal are toxic additives in flu vaccinations.


  • Production of Squalene from hyper-producing yeasts.
  • Polychlorinated biphenyls and squalene-containing adjuvants.
  • Method of using Squalene monooxygenase inhibitors to treat acne.
  • Influenza vaccines with reduced amounts of Squalene.


  • Suppliers from Australia.
  • Suppliers from China.
  • Indian Suppliers.
  • Suppliers from Japan.
  • Suppliers List 1.
  • Suppliers List 2.
  • List of Suppliers.
  • Suppliers List 3.
  • Suppliers List 4.
  • Suppliers from South Korea.

Company profiles & Consultancy

  • Company from Australia.
  • Company1 from India.
  • Company2 from India.
  • Company from Philippines.
  • Consultancy from USA.


  • Olive Squalene-active defence against ageing and damaged skin.
  • Squalene in Oils determined as Squalane by Gas-liquid chromatography.
  • Squalene, a rather neglected constituent of virgin olive oil nutritional aspects.
  • Processing Stability of Squalene in Amaranth.
  • Squalene based adjuvants in Vaccines.
  • Antibodies link gulf war syndrome to anthrax vaccine.
  • Influence of traces of water on the chemical shifts of squalene in benzene solution.
  • Biological Effects of Squalene.


  • Occurrence of Squalene and cholesterol in various species of Czech freshwater fish.
  • Metabolism of Squalene in Triglyceride-rich lipoproteins in humans.
  • Squalene Emulsions for parenteral vaccine and drug delivery.
  • The Science behind Squalene.
  • Synergestic Effect of Squalene.
  • Influence of Squalene feeding on plasma leptin.
  • Endogenous Adjuvant Squalene can induce a chronic T-Cell-Mediated Arthritis in Rats.
  • Induction and detection of antibodies to Squalene.
  • Antibodies to Squalene in Gulf War Syndrome.
  • Chemopreventive effect of Squalene on colon cancer.
  • Antibodies to Squalene in US Navy Persian Gulf War veterans with chronic multisymptom illness.
  • Vaccination, Squalene and anti-squalene antibodies.
  • Antibodies to Squalene in recipients of Anthrax Vaccine.


  • Market Developing Overview of Squalene.
  • Market requirements for shark products.


  • Use of shark liver oil.
  • Squalene and its potential Clinical Uses.
  • Squalene and potential uses in cosmetic dermatology.
  • Vegetable Squalene-cosmeceutical applications.





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