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Ginger is widely known for its use in flavoring foods and beverages, but it is also commonly used for medicinal, perfumery, and esthetic purposes. This app note shows how CPC can produce a high-quality standard of -gingerol without the use of silica-based chromatography methods, such as FLASH and prep HPLC.
Vanillin is the major component of natural vanilla, which is one of the most widely used flavoring materials worldwide. In this app note, an ethanolic crude extract of vanilla is used to show the capacity of the PLC 2050 system to work with different types of chromatographic columns.
CPC is recognized as the preferred technology for the purification of high quality Δ-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) for the pharmaceutical and food supplement markets. The objective of this app note was to test the high selectivity of CPC and assess its capability to purify a set of key compounds (THC, CBD, CBN and CBG) and enrich several minor cannabinoids (CBDV, CBCV and CBC).
As the drug resistance of malaria parasites increases, the development of innovative and effective antimalaria drugs is of high importance. In this app note, we describe how natural products provide a vast field of new lead structures that are effective in fighting the disease.
High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is the industry standard for cannabinoid extraction, but Centrifugal Partition Chromatography (CPC) offers a cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative with comparable yields and purity. In this article, we describe: - How each method works - What differences to take into consideration during cannabis testing - How to choose the right method for your purification needs
In just a few years, the cannabis industry status has gone from irrelevant and immoral to a pervasive, economic Eldorado with double-digit growth and a better-life promise. It is time to take a step back and discuss several critical pain points within the industry.
In a growing market, finding the best solution for your team to extract, purify, or fractionate cannabis is vital. Consider these solutions when designing your method.
The legal marijuana and cannabinoid markets continue to grow as researchers discover new applications. Here are some of the latest trends in the industry.