No we do not. We know that in the Baati et al study, the olive oil solutions of C60 were filtered and centrifuged. However it is important to note that in a video interview published by RevGenetics on YouTube in March 2015, Professor Fathi Moussa, a coauthor in the original study, was asked whether it was critical to centrifuge and filter the C60 in olive oil solution. He stated that "For scientific reasons we need to filter it to know the exact dose we administered...but [otherwise it] is not necessary to filter it because the C60 crystals will be eliminated [from the body] and what will be absorbed is only the soluble part."
We believe centrifuging and filtering the C60 solution creates unnecessarily handling of the oil and potential exposure to light and oxygen. Both of which should be avoided wherever possible.