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I am going to inject mouse with a drug. The drug will be dissolved in coin oil. Has anyone here ever autoclave corn oil?
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what about filtring to sterile?
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I think filtering would be hard or take forever because viscosity. Autoclave will not hurt corn oil because it is non-saturated.
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Wow, I never knew there was actually an oil made from coins. Maybe it is just the oil left over from people with dirty hands!! I wouldn't want to be injected with that. . . . . Poor Mouse!