There are two main methods for detecting microbes in cannabis samples, plating and DNA/RNA tests, and they both have their challenges, writes Yan Shipelskiy, lab director of Green Scientific Labs.
To discuss the chromatographic challenges posed by novel cannabinoids, Analytical Cannabis recently spoke with Sean Orlowicz, business development manager for food and cannabis at Phenomenex.
In this article, Technology Networks considers how qPCR works, experimental requirements, data analysis and applications of the technique.
The year posed many challenges, but cannabis businesses, research centers, and reform groups still managed to make impressive headway. Analytical Cannabis looks back on the stories and issues that dominated the cannabis industry in 2021.
Kimberly Ross of Peak Compliance Labs outlines the many obstacles hemp faces before it becomes fully regulated in the US.
The cannabis crop’s natural ability to accumulate heavy metal elements from the soil can pose a threat to the health of consumers, according to a new scientific review.
To learn more about what attendees can expect from the workshop, Analytical Cannabis spoke to its chair, Scheril Murray Powell, Esq., a Florida-based cannabis and dietary supplement attorney.
The Michigan lab has effectively won half of its claim against the state regulator, ending half of the recall order.
The THC levels found in a person’s blood and saliva aren’t good indicators of whether that person is intoxicated or not, according to a new review of studies.