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Analytical Toxicology of Cannabinoids
Joseph R. Monforte
by Preston Pubns
Written in English
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About this book. Introduction. This volume is designed to feature the pharmacology of new psychoactive substances, legislative aspects, information exchange including epidemiology, and clinical, forensic, and analytical toxicology in order to facilitate the understanding of this . A number of N-alkyl indole or indazolecarbonyl analogs, with modified chemical structures, are distributed throughout the world as synthetic cannabinoids. Like synthetic cannabinoids, cathinone analogs are also abused and cause serious problems worldwide. Acute deaths caused by overdoses of these drugs have been reported. Various analytical methods that can cope with the Cited by:
Highlights Synthetic cannabinoids (spice) recently emerged as popular alternatives to marijuana. Spice chemical composition and toxicology remains to be determined. An update of the legal status of synthetic cannabinoids commonly detected is provided. We describe analytical testing procedures for their identification in herbal blends and human specimens. The pharmacological and toxicological Cited by: Analysis of cannabinoids in biological and other matrices is of paramount importance in forensic toxicology, since they are the most widely abused drugs over the globe. Generally, extraction of cannabinoids from biological matrices is achieved by liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) and solid-phase extraction (SPE).Cited by:
Cannabinoid ligands. Representative compounds of the four major chemical classes of exogenous cannabinoid ligands. Note that the classical cannabinoid Δ 9-THC is a relatively low efficacy partial agonist at cannabinoid receptors, the non-classical cannabinoid CP 55, and the aminoalkylindole JWH are both full agonists at CB1 receptors, while the 1,5 biarylpyrazole Cited by: Abstract. Increasing interest in the biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and toxicology of cannabinoids and in the development of cannabinoid medications necessitates an understanding of cannabinoid pharmacokinetics and disposition into biological fluids and by:
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No other book available offers this /5(13). A volume in theEmerging Issues in Analytical Chemistryseries,The Analytical Chemistry of Cannabis: Quality Assessment, Assurance, and Regulation of Medicinal Marijuana and Cannabinoid Preparationsprovides analytical chemistry methods that address the latest issues surrounding cannabis-based products.
The plethora of marketed strains of cannabis and cannabinoid-containing Cited by: 6. A volume in the Emerging Issues in Analytical Chemistry series, The Analytical Chemistry of Cannabis: Quality Assessment, Assurance, and Regulation of Medicinal Marijuana and Cannabinoid Preparations provides analytical chemistry methods that address the latest issues surrounding cannabis-based products.
The plethora of marketed strains of cannabis and cannabinoid-containing. Less than 20 years ago the?eld of cannabis and the cannabinoids was still c- sidered a minor, somewhat quaint, area of research.
A few groups were active in the?eld, but it was already being viewed as stagnating. The chemistry of cannabis 9 9 was well known. -tetrahydrocannabinol (. -THC). It also covers psychoactive plants such as caffeine, peyote, and psilocybin.
It provides chemical structures, analytical methods, clinical features, and treatments of these drugs of abuse, serving as a highly useful, in-depth supplement to a general medical toxicology book.
There are more than 60 systematic reviews and meta-analyses discussing the safety, toxicology, potency, and therapeutic potential of exogenous cannabinoids. However, the general consensus of these reports is largely mixed and by: “Overall, this book provides a comprehensive, thorough, clear, up to date and practical treatment of analytical toxicology at a high standard.
Understanding of the text is enhanced by the use of many illustrations. Specifications, guidelines, and methods are highlighted in grey background “Boxes”. Gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric (GC-MS) quantitation of 25 cannabis sed oils determined δ 9 -tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentrations from 3 to µg/g oil.
In a pilot study, the morning urine of six volunteers who had ingested 11 or 22 g of the oil, which contained the highest THC content ( µg/g), was collected for six by: The Journal of Analytical Toxicology (JAT) is the premier international toxicology journal devoted to the timely dissemination of scientific communications concerning the analysis of impairing and toxic substances in biological matrices with an emphasis on its application to clinical and forensic toxicology.
Chemical Components of Cannabis. The cannabis plant contains more than chemicals of which 61 are cannabinoids (9, 10) (Figure 1).Interestingly, more than compounds are produced by pyrolysis during smoking of cannabis (10, 11) and they are represented by different classes of chemicals including nitrogenous compounds, amino acids, hydrocarbons, sugar, terpenes and simple fatty acids.
Analytical Toxicology of Cannabinoids (Reprints of selected articles from Journal of Analytical Toxicology), Preston Publications. Cover: Photomicrograph of tetrahydrocannabinol. BACK TO THE MAGAZINE COVERS. "This text comes highly recommended for any analytical toxicology trainee." The Bulletin of the Royal College of Pathologists “Overall, this book provides a comprehensive, thorough, clear, up to date and practical treatment of analytical toxicology at a high standard.
Understanding of the text is enhanced by the use of many by: Cannabis and Cannabinoids: Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Therapeutic Potential features fair, equitable discussion of this emerging and controversial medical topic by the world's foremost researchers.
Cannabis and Cannabinoids examines the benefits, drawbacks, and side effects of medical marijuana as a treatment for various conditions and diseases.5/5(1). ‘Cannabinoids’ is a broad term covering a group of natural products from Cannabis sativa, one of which locks on to specific receptors – protein molecules on the surface of cells – known as cannabinoid receptors.
Cannabis and Cannabinoids: Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Therapeutic Potential Ethan B Russo. out of 5 stars 14 5/5(1). Safety and Toxicology of Cannabinoids Jane Sachs1 & Erin McGlade1 & Deborah Yurgelun-Todd1 Published online: 13 August # The Author(s) This article is published with open access at Abstract There is extensive research on the safety, toxicolo-gy, potency, and therapeutic potential of cannabis.
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Abstract. Cannabis sativa L. is among the oldest known cultivated plants, with a long history of medical use. Cannabis produces a unique class of terpenophenolic compounds called cannabinoids, of which have been isolated, the major biologically active one being Δ idiol, an antiepileptic, is also important.
Synthetic cannabinoids: an overview of the clinical pharmacology and toxicology. Int Clin Pathol J. ;2(4)‒ DOI: /icpjl or she may have no idea which chemical they are smoking, how concentrated it is, whether or not it has been purified to remove toxicFile Size: KB.
“It is the nature of text-books that they cannot catch all of the last-minute findings. Medical Toxicology of Drug Abuse includes so much that one must congratulate the accomplishment.” (Journal of Analytical Toxicology, 4 December ) “Aa a member of ACMT, I am .Branded Books; Journals Career Network Urinary Pharmacokinetic Profile of Cannabinoids Following Administration of Vaporized and Oral Cannabidiol and Vaporized CBD-Dominant CannabisEdward J Cone, David Kuntz, John M Mitchell, George E Bigelow Journal of Analytical Toxicology, Vol Issue 2, MarchPages –, https.