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BC-Enterprise for Year-End Use, ADVISORY

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12/20/2013 9:00 AM
Body (Dec. 20): “BC-Enterprise for Year-End Use, ADVISORY"

Heather Miller Coyle, a forensic botanist and associate professor at UNH says all sorts of nasty things not visible to the naked eye have been found in marijuana — mold, mildew, insect parts, salmonella and E. coli, to name a few. That's why she and her students began developing a process to detect contaminants in marijuana through DNA profiling and analysis. The aim is to identify potentially harmful substances through a testing method that could make the analysis easier and quicker for labs across the country in the developing industry of marijuana quality control testing.

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