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  1. #1 Industrial level Production of Vitamin D and Erythromycin 
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    Hi Members:
    Let me first introduce myself to you... My name is Sharon and I am just new to this forum.

    I have an important presentation in my school regarding the "Industrial production of vitamin D and Erythromycin:

    I would be very happy if anyone of you can tell me either a source or send me some detailed material on this topic.

    The Question is:

    What is the procedure involved in the production of Vitamin D and Erythromycin on the industrial scale?

    If you guys have any material relating to this, please email me to:
    sharon.micb@gmail.com

    Thank you.

    Regards,
    Sharon


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    Hi Sharon, welcome to the forum. Unfortunately, this is not a place where people will do your homework for you. You should try doing your own research first and then come to us if you're having trouble. You may have already done this, but by what you've wrote above it doesn't seem like it.


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  4. #3 Industrial level Production of Vitamin D and Erythromycin 
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    Hi Paralith:

    Thank you very much for your reply.

    I have been trying to get information about this topic for so many days.

    I searched internet for hours only to be disappoited. I did not come across
    a single link which could tell me how either Vitamin D or erythomycin
    is produced on the industrial scale. It surprised me so much.

    I am sorry to hear you saying me this, but I spent lot of time researching
    about this.

    I am looking for some website which can show this process, or a document,
    or a book... something with which I can prepare my presentation.

    I am trying to do my homework, please help me find the information.

    Thanks to all,

    Regards,

    Sharon.
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    My apologies for making that assumption, then; many people come here expecting that others will give them the answers, and unless they say otherwise I assume most follow the usual pattern.

    I don't have a lot of time right now to actually do some searching myself, but I do have some general tips for researching information for people who don't have much experience doing so.

    1) Research takes time. There is a LOT of information out there, and sometimes you have to invest a good amount of time doing the digging to find exactly what you need. This is also why asking someone else to find information for you is no small request - you're asking them to put in that time as well. Just something to keep in mind.

    2) Start with general information. Read up on Vitamin D in general, on it's structure, on it's uses, on how it effects the body. This will give you some ideas about the chemical nature of Vitamin D, and how and where it is synthesized in nature. Then you can start using other search terms related to these things that might help lead you to your answer.

    Let me know if you still can't find anything and hopefully I'll have time in the near future to try and help you more specifically.
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    Hi Paralith:
    Thank you for your replies and patience.

    I will take note on your suggestions on how to go with searching the internet
    for information. It is very kind of you to have some advise for me.

    I am searching and I hope I will be able to find the specific information
    that I am looking for.

    Thank you.

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    Sharon
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