Recreational marijuana use is currently legal in many regions around the world, it also remains illegal in many areas, which also requires testing. Because of this, it is increasingly important for laboratories to develop accurate testing methods for THC and its related compounds in biological matrices.
This video highlights some of our solutions for THC analysis.
Alternative matrices such as hair and finger nails are increasingly popular for THC analyses, as sampling is non-invasive compared to traditional urine or blood samples. These matrices can also provide an indication of longer term drug exposure.
Supported Liquid Extraction plates and columns designed to provide high analyte recoveries, and clean, protein and phospholipid free extracts. Methods are easy to develop, and automation is simple.
Powerful, user friendly automation system for Supported Liquid Extraction (SLE), Solid Phase Extraction (SPE), Phospholipid Depletion (PLD) and Protein Precipitation (PPT) based methods, in plate or column formats.
Supported Liquid Extraction (SLE) is a sample preparation technique that has been in use for over ten years now, but many analytical chemists don’t know about, or understand the best way to do an SLE extraction. In this post, I’m going to talk about how SLE works and the proper way to do an SLE extraction for sample clean up.
Method development chart, tips and tricks and useful insights to optimize your sample prep.
The pressure is always there to deliver accurate, reliable data, consistently and, if possible, at lower cost. Sample preparation is critical for success.
Extraction of New and Emerging Drugs of Abuse Prior to LC-MS or GC-MS Analysis.
Automated sample preparation reduces errors, improves method robustness and frees up laboratory personnel for other tasks.
Biotage evaporation systems are designed for fast sample evaporation and minimizing sample handling.
Discover the full range of sample preparation products from Biotage.