Analysis of Synthetic Cannabinoids from Whole Blood for Forensic Toxicology Using Ostro Sample Preparation Plates and CORTECS UPLC Solid-Core Columns
8 Apr 2014

This application note describes the UPLC/MS/MS analysis of a panel of 22 synthetic cannabinoid drugs and metabolites, extracted from whole blood. This method enables the rapid and reliable extraction and analysis of this critical class of compounds for forensic toxicology.

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