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What is provided in the ToxBox®?

The ToxBox(R) products contain calibrators, QCs, and internal standards in a plated format. The content, layout, concentrations, and volume are decided by our clients. Additional sample preparation reagents are available including SLE plates, b-glucuriondase (bulk & plated), and extraction solutions.

Do I need to hire PinPoint as a consultant to purchase a ToxBox® product?

No.

ToxBox products can be purchased without consulting services.

Contact us with the analytes you are testing and your preferred plate layout.

Are ToxBox® products available for all laboratories?

ToxBox products are for research or forensic applications only. Other uses must be qualified and validated by the laboratory to meet their specific use and accredidation requirements.

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What type of intrumentation does PinPoint Testing specialize in?
LC-MS/MS, GC-MS, DART-MS, TIMS-TOF
How much do your consulting services cost?
There are too many variables to provide an estimate that would fit the needs of all labs. We offer free consultations to better understand your labs needs. At that time, we can provide a better idea of what consulting fees would be.
How long will consultants be on site?
This will depend on what the services are and your preference. We work with our clients to ensure little to no disruption in their day-to-day activities. Our consultants will work nights and weekends when necessary. We also offer access to our ISO 17025 and CLIA accredited lab in Little Rock, Arkansas for training and method development.

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K2 in prison: widely available, difficult to detect and potentially deadly

Arkansas Times, Jacob Rosenberg, Oct 5th, 2017

The Science of K2

Arkansas Times, Jacob Rosenberg, Oct 5th, 2017

UAMS Receives NIH Grant for First Comprehensive Study of Synthetic Marijuana Dangers

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, David Robinson, Jun 28th, 2016

Synthetic marijuana dangerous, deadly

The Newnan Times-Herald, Sarah Fay Campbell, Jun 19th, 2016

Acute Kidney Injury Associated with Synthetic Cannabinoid Use

Center for Disease Prevention, Multiple States, 2012

Counter-terrorism chemical labs test for synthetic pot

Los Angeles Times, Brian Bennett, Jan 28, 2012

Knocking K2 down, but there may be more mountains to climb.

Arkansas Times, Leslie Newell Peacock, July 1, 2010

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