Microbial/Mycotoxins Testing

Microbial/Mycotoxin Testing

The presence of mycotoxins is typically regulated to ppb levels. On-site detection systems and laboratory methods enable early identification of fungal issues to ensure the safety of the plants and quantitation of mycotoxins for confirmation of regulatory safety compliance.

Microbial/Mycotoxin Testing References

McPartland, J.M. and McKernan, K.J., 2017, Contaminants of concern in Cannabis: Microbes, heavy metals and pesticides In Cannabis sativa L, Botany and Biotechnology (pp. 457-474). Springer, Cham.
Arola, H.O., Tullila, A., Kiljunen, H., Campbell, K., Siitari, H. and Nevanen, T.K., 2016, Specific noncompetitive immunoassay for HT-2 mycotoxin detection, Analytical chemistry, 88(4), pp.2446-2452
McPartland, J.M., 1994, Microbiological contaminants of marijuana, J Int Hemp Assoc, 1, pp.41-44
McKernan, K., Spangler, J., Zhang, L., Tadigotla, V., Helbert, Y., Foss, T. and Smith, D., 2015, Cannabis microbiome sequencing reveals several mycotoxic fungi native to dispensary grade cannabis flowers, F1000Research, 4
Llewellyn, G.C. and O’Rear, C.E., 1977, Examination of fungal growth and aflatoxin production on marihuana, Mycopathologia, 62(2), pp.109-112
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