Mycotoxins - LC/MS/MS


Ensure product safety

Molds and other filamentous fungal species are ubiquitous and can thrive under the appropriate conditions to create secondary metabolites called mycotoxins. Mycotoxin contamination can happen in cannabis products at any stage, from the time of preharvest until the time the user consumes it, and can be extremely dangerous to both human and animal health. Certain mycotoxins have the potential to be neurotoxic, teratogenic, carcinogenic, and mutagenic. Mycotoxins, though genotype-specific can be produced by one or more fungal species and a single species can produce multiple types of mycotoxin. The two most common mycotoxin types linked to cannabis products are aflatoxins and ochratoxin A. Aspergillus species are responsible for producing aflatoxins, which are among the most toxic mycotoxins. On the other hand, Penicillium and Aspergillus species produce ochratoxin A, a frequent mycotoxin that contaminates food.

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Terpenes Testing

More options. Fast results.

Target as many as
6 mycotoxin analytes

Standard panel meeting state and national requirements. Ideal for quality assurance analysis.

Standardized test methodology
for rapid, repeatable results

High-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS). Rigorous, routine process inspections and data audits.

Easy, secure access
to your test data

Fast mycotoxin testing turnaround. Instant notifications throughout the testing process. Customer Service Portal streamlines reporting and data management.

Mycotoxin Analysis

Our mycotoxin analysis utilizes high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS).


Reports 6 analytes.

  • Aflatoxin B1
  • Aflatoxin B2
  • Aflatoxin G1
  • Aflatoxin G2
  • Total Aflatoxin
  • Ochratoxin A


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