In this Technical Note, a new targeted metabolomic approach is described for assessing human synthetic cannabinoid exposure and pharmacology in blood and urine samples.
Cryogenics: A Questionable Practice with Analytical Purpose
On October 19, Chelsea Ake-Salvacion was busy closing up shop at a cryotherapy spa. Alone and worn out from a long day, she decided to enter a cryochamber and soothe her sore muscles before heading home.
“They Must Like Me ‘Cause I’m Sweet!”: NMSU Discovers Surprising Mosquito Repellent
Stacy Rodriguez, a researcher at New Mexico State’s Molecular Vector Physiology Lab, had always heard the legend that mosquitos were more attracted to people wearing fruity, floral fragrances.
Technical Note Spotlight: Neonicotinoid Analysis from Honey
Everyone knows that bees produce honey from flower nectar, but are you aware of the extensive work that goes into such a delectable creation?
Technical Tip: Choosing & Changing Syringe Wash Solvents
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