The University of South Florida owns a patent that covers the combination of BHB and MCT. If you would like to license the patent and stack BHB (beta-hydroxybutyrate) and MCT (medium chain trigylcerides) in the same product, the steps are as follows:
1. Contact your Compound Solutions Sales or Support Team member
2. Your Sales or Support Team member will collect the necessary details about your company and the proposed product
3. Sales or Support Team member will submit the appropriate documentation to the University of South Florida for review
4. The University of South Florida has 45 days to respond to the request
At that point, it will either be approved or denied. If approved, there will be a separate sublicense agreement and a 6% royalty on net retail sales.