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Cutting-Edge Science of Botanical Identification
By Maged Sharaf, PhD, American Herbal Products Association
Published November 3, 2014
AHPA’s Botanical Congress explores the latest methods and techniques for herbal analysis. Read More »
Published September 19, 2013
Included in the HerbalGram article is a table of seven basic tips for selecting a contract laboratory, as well as a number of warning signs of potential dry labs. Read More »
Published March 2, 2010
The U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) has released the seventh edition of the Food Chemicals Codex (FCC), which features new and updated quality standards, validated analytical methods and industry guidance documents for ingredients used in functio… Read More »
By Paula Brown
Published September 1, 2009
Reviewing important information on method validation and the organizations that can help. Read More »
Published April 1, 2007
The Flax Lignan Association recently announced the validation of a standardized method for analyzing the content of secoisolariciresinol diglucoside (SDG), the major lignan found in flaxseed ingredients. The method is HPLC-based and has been validate… Read More »
Published March 1, 2006
AOAC Seeking Validation Methods for MSM Under contract with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and FDA, AOAC International, Gaithersburg, MD, has embarked on an effort to develop a group of fully validated analytical methods for select dietary… Read More »
By Mark Roman
Published November 1, 2005
Developing 'gold standard' analytical methods for dietary supplements will level the playing field for companies and further legitimize the business. Read More »
By Darryl Sullivan
Published November 1, 2005
There are several things you need to know before approaching a contract analytical lab about testing your nutraceutical product. Read More »
Published October 30, 2014
Deerland Enzymes’ vice president of technology, John Deaton, Ph.D., along with Theodore Hersh, MD, chief science officer of the alliance with healthcare technology company Thione International, and other members of the Deerland Enzymes research… Read More »
Published October 16, 2014
Breakfast-skippers have lower dopamine levels, which can lead to overeating and eventual weight gain. Read More »
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