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CAMAG invents high-end instruments for High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) and supports its clients with analytical methods, training, technical services and analytical consultancy. Wherever complex substance mixtures are analyzed, HPTLC often is an excellent alternative to GC and HPLC or provides complementary information. Moreover, HPTLC has proven its value as a reliable quantitative analysis technique for the quality assurance of herbal medicines and dietary supplements, food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and other industrial products. Since 1958, CAMAG is dedicated to the development and manufacturing of instruments, software and consumables for all steps of TLC and HPTLC. CAMAG products are truly Swiss Made and have an excellent reputation throughout the world.

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USDA[1] compliant testing of the total THC content in hemp (< 0.3% THC)

| Contributed by CAMAG

This app note is suitable for compliance testing of industrial hemp with the USDA rule for “Establishment of a Domestic Hemp Production Program”.

Identification of oleander (Nerium oleander L.) and detection of oleandrin, a toxic cardiac glycoside

| Contributed by CAMAG

Several organizations issued warnings, as claims have arisen that oleander plant extract could be used to treat COVID-19

Screening method for identification of forensic drugs

| Contributed by CAMAG

The term “forensic” drug refers mainly to chemical or plant-derived substances that affect psychological, behavioral, or physical functions.

Identification of Decaffeinated Green Tea Dry Extract according to USP DSC 2018

| Contributed by CAMAG

This HPTLC method identifies Powdered Decaffeinated Green Tea Extract as defined by USP DSC 2018.

Fields & Applications Pharma & Biopharma

Identification and quantification of different cannabinoids in Cannabis sativa

| Contributed by CAMAG

CAMAG has developed fast, simple, and reproducible HPTLC methods for identification and quantification of different cannabinoids in Cannabis sativa.

Detection of sibutramine in slimming products by HPTLC and confirmation by HPTLC-MS

| Contributed by CAMAG

Diet foods are widely marketed and numerous preparations are available to consumers through several distribution channels. They are particularly easy to obtain via the Internet. The fraudulent addition of sibutramine has recently been detected in many tainted natural slimming pills and is of serious health concern.

In-process control of ergoline psychedelics during chemical synthesis by HPTLC

| Contributed by CAMAG

TLC is a simple and convenient tool for monitoring classical organic syntheses. Standardized HPTLC may additionally provide reliable analytical endpoints and significantly improved separation.

Confirming the presence of cannabinoids in Cannabis sativa by HPTLC-MS

| Contributed by CAMAG

In recent years a lot of research has been done on the medicinal use of Cannabis sativa. The shown method is suitable for confirmation of the cannabinoids CBN, CBD and THC by High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography coupled with a mass detector.

CAMAG® HPTLC PRO – Fully automated sample analysis and evaluation system

| Contributed by CAMAG

HPTLC is the method of choice whenever complex and variable samples have to be analyzed.

CAMAG Derivatizer – Automated spraying device for reagent transfer in derivatization of TLC/HPTLC chromatograms

| Contributed by CAMAG

CAMAG TLC-MS Interface 2 – Identification and confirmation of substances by hyphenation of HPTLC with MS

| Contributed by CAMAG

CAMAG TLC Visualizer 2 – Professional Imaging and Documentation System for TLC/HPTLC chromatograms

| Contributed by CAMAG

CAMAG Derivatizer – Automated spraying device for reagent transfer in postchromatographic derivatization of TLC/HPTLC chromatograms

| Contributed by CAMAG

CAMAG Derivatizer – New spraying device for the automated derivatization of TLC plates

| Contributed by CAMAG

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Comprehensive HPTLC Fingerprinting for Quality Control of Herbal Drugs

| Sponsored by CAMAG

HPTLC fingerprinting is a well-known technique for identification of plant materials and is included in different pharmacopoeias worldwide.

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