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September 07, 2022
In the work presented here, the authors pursue a more detailed understanding of the naturally rare occurring cannabinoid analogue, hexahydrocannabinol (HHC), by exploring the safety profile using a third-party lab to produce preclinical in vitro safety profile data. The purpose of these studies is to demonstrate HHC as a safe cannabinoid for potential human consumption.
This article examines why we should be studying the cannabinoids beyond THC and CBD in order to explore their potential medical value.
August 08, 2022
In the work presented here, the authors evaluated the effects of variable red-light exposure on the phytochemical content of four Group III cannabis cultivars.
June 02, 2022
Let’s investigate the differences between the commercially available detector in terms of sample type, size, and selectivity to understand which detectors fit into the most common types of cannabis GC analyses.
This article investigates the chiral method development screening for the enantiomeric separation of synthetic CBD on polysaccharide-based chiral stationary phases with both normal-phase and reversed phase mobile phases, using HPLC and UHPLC.
April 06, 2022
Let’s try to understand the functioning and chemistry of GC columns and how to change and manipulate the resolution equation and column chemistry to maximize our own analyses.
March 07, 2022
This study focuses on a step-by-step optimization of commercial scale preparative HPLC purification of cannabinoids, specifically cannabidiol, starting with stationary reversed-phase screening, followed by method optimization.
It is demonstrated in this paper that cell viability can be used to determine dose and response effects that are important in understanding toxicities and to detect differences in similar hemp products.
October 12, 2021
In part I of this series on statistical concepts related to cannabis analysis, we introduce the normal distribution, standard deviation, and how to calculate precision and accuracy.
What is the overall scope of spectroscopy and how can it be used as a tool to improve analyses?