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Analysis of Mycotoxins in Hemp and Hemp-Containing Edible Products

Pickering Laboratories have developed an easy and sensitive method to analyze Aflatoxins B1, B2, G1, G2, and Ochratoxin A in hemp and hemp-containing edible products.

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Analysis of Mycotoxins in Cannabis Plant and Cannabis- Containing Products

Pickering have developed an easy and sensitive method to analyze Aflatoxins B1, B2, G1, G2, and Ochratoxin A in cannabis plant and edible products.

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Analysis of Cannabinoids Using HPLC With Post-Column Derivatization

The method is suitable for analysis of the major neutral cannabinoids such as THC, CBD, CBN and CBG as well cannabinoid acids THCA-A and CBDA with high sensitivity and selectivity of detection.

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Analysis of Cannabinoids in Hemp and Hemp-Containing Products Using HPLC With Post-Column Derivatization

The method utilizes a simple extraction procedure with no additional sample clean-up and is suitable for analysis of the major neutral cannabinoids as well as cannabinoid acids with high sensitivity and selectivity of detection.

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The Role of ICP-MS in Understanding the Toxicological Link Between Lead Contamination in Cannabis and Hemp Consumer Products and Human Disease

This white paper focuses on the common sources of lead pollution and takes a look at the development of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) as an analytical tool to monitor a person's blood-lead level that is often used as an indicator of the impact of its toxicity on human health.

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A Conflicting Personality: Can Hyperaccumulating Plants like Cannabis and Hemp be Realistically Used as a Safe Source of Cannabinoids?

This white paper asks the question of whether hemp, which is predominantly grown outdoors and one of the best plants for soil phytoremediation purposes can realistically be used as a safe source of cannabis medicinal and consumer products?

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What to Consider When Choosing Analytical Methods For the Quantification of Cannabinoids

Whether testing under recreational or medicinal legislation, there are multiple options that should suit your application. But how do you choose the right method for the right test? And what compromises should you expect to make and where?

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AOAC Approval Granted to Agilent for Method of Metals Analysis in Cannabis

The method uses inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) for the quantitation of arsenic, cadmium, mercury, lead, and other elements.

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Developing a Cannabis Testing Method

This Analytical Cannabis infographic breaks down the many stages a cannabis test must go through to achieve validation.

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Determination of Heavy Metals in Cannabis and Hemp Products

Download this app note to discover a method that provides fast multi-element analysis, good control of spectral overlaps and measurements over a wide dynamic range.

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