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Synthetic Marijuana Now a Worldwide Problem

Consumption of synthetic cannabinoids, aka K2 or Spice, has increased all over the world - despite law enforcement and regulatory control measures, reports a new NIDA-led study. Medscape Medical New...

Sweden seeks ban on synthetic marijuana after two deaths

Sweden has asked the European Union for the right to speed up a ban on substances contained in a synthetic marijuana sold as "Spice" after two apparent fatal overdoses, the health ministry s...

INVESTOR ALERT: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Notifies Investors of LipoScience, Inc. of Class Action Against the Board of Directors of the Company Challenging the Fairness of the Sale of the Company to LabCorp -- LPDX

NEW YORK, Oct. 20, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Levi & Korsinsky notifies investors of LipoScience Inc. ("LipoScience" or "the Company") (Nasdaq:LPDX) of claims breaches of fiduciary duty and other v...

Cannabis prevents negative behavioral, physiological effects of traumatic events, rat study shows

Administering synthetic marijuana (cannabinoids) soon after a traumatic event can prevent PTSD-like (post-traumatic stress disorder) symptoms in rats, caused by the trauma and by trauma reminders, sci...

Early phytocannabinoid chemistry to endocannabinoids and beyond

Despite centuries of recreational use of cannabis, it is only relatively recently that its mechanisms of action, and the existence of endogenous cannabinoids, have been discovered. In this Timeline ar...

Synthetic Biology, Genetic Engineering and You: Two-Component Signalling Pathways as Elements in Synthetic Circuit Design

(Phys.org) —Two of the most exciting areas of science and technology, synthetic biology and genetic engineering, have just taken a step towards a brave new future in which large-scale synthetic biol...

'Sticky' ends start synthetic collagen growth

(Rice University) Researchers at Rice University detail how synthetic collagen helices self-assemble into fibers and gels. The discovery could lead to better synthetic materials for medical applicatio...

Synthetic secondary chromosomes in Escherichia coli based on the replication origin of chromosome II in Vibrio cholerae

Recent developments in DNA‐assembly methods make the synthesis of synthetic chromosomes a reachable goal. However, the redesign of primary chromosomes bears high risks and still requires enormous re...

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Investigating Correlates of Synthetic Marijuana and Salvia Use in Light and Intermittent Smokers and College Students in a Predominantly Hispanic Sample.

Few studies have examined correlates related to the use of synthetic cannabinoids (e.g., Spice, K2) and Salvia divinorum. Two studies were conducted to investigate whether demographic, smoking-related...

A rapid quantitative method for the analysis of synthetic cannabinoids by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.

Synthetic cannabinoids represent an emerging drug problem in the USA, as these compounds are constantly being modified and rapidly sold as soon as they become available. Laboratories around the world ...

Simultaneous determination of five naphthoylindole-based synthetic cannabinoids and metabolites and their deposition in human and rat hair.

The continuing appearance of new synthetic cannabinoids has been a major issue in the field of forensic and clinical toxicology. In response to that, analytical methods for synthetic cannabinoids have...

Synthetic cannabinoids as designer drugs: New representatives of indol-3-carboxylates series and indazole-3-carboxylates as novel group of cannabinoids. Identification and analytical data.

By means of gas chromatography with mass spectrometry detection (GC-MS), including high resolution mass spectrometry (GC-HRMS) together with ultra-high performance liquid chromatography in combination...

Cross-Substitution of Δ(9)-Tetrahydrocannabinol and JWH-018 in Drug Discrimination in Rats.

Synthetic indole-derived cannabinoids, originally developed to probe cannabinoid CB1 and CB2 receptors, have become widely abused for their marijuana-like intoxicating properties. The present study ex...

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