Cannabix Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS:BLOZF) announced development of its Beta 3.0 prototype device depending on its FAIMS- has been proceeding at a fast pace and is now done. This device is intended to run both independently or together in tandem directly to a Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer device utilized in forensic labs.
The Beta 3.0 prototype integrates several major technological improvements which comprise improvements to the ion source which has been lowered in size with sustained stability, offering improvements to overall device sensitivity and transmission. This Beta 3.0 prototype also deploys its self-tunable self-contained detector which can be utilized in “pass-through” way or independent FAIMS operation for tandem coupling with a MS device.
Dr. Raj Attariwala, the Chief Scientific Officer, expressed that with closure of the modular Beta 3.0 system, Cannabix Technologies has recorded numerous major developmental milestones enabling this technology to be directly checked against the accepted lab standard of mass spectrometry.
The firm has performed initial bench testing with this Beta 3.0 prototype and has detected THC utilizing the device in stand-alone way with tandem MS analysis showcasing direct correlation. This is a notable developmental milestone which the firm will use to characterize and optimize the device’s performance measures coupled to MS as well as independently.
Cannabix Technologies has been on the major edge in innovation with FAIMS know-how established upon the prevailing technique of MS for computing THC. MS is stated the gold standard in toxicology in the assessment of poisons, metabolites and drugs, due to its superior sensitivity and specificity. It is expected that any pot breathalyzer product will require to have its consequences be secondarily established by independent MS. Recent task by firm engineers and scientists to enable the Cannabix Marijuana breathalyzer to effortlessly couple to conventional MS equipment utilized in toxicology labs everywhere is an important achievement.