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Quantitative Analysis Of Psilocybin And Psilocin In Psilocybe Baeocystis

By High-Performance Liquid Chromatography And By Thin-Layer Chromatography

  1. Calliope
    Journal of Chromatography, 207 (1981) 379-385

    MICHAEL W. BEUG* and JEREMY BIGWOOD

    SUMMARY
    Rapid quantification of psilocybin and psilocin in extracts of wild mushrooms is accomplished by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography with paired-ion reagents. Nine solvent systems and three solid supports are evaluated for their efficiency in separating psilocybin, psilocin and other components of crude mushroom extracts by thin-layer chromatography.
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    Very interesting read, I do wish a field gun could be developed for measuring the indoles quantities while still growing from its substrate. There is so much work that needs to continue, keeping such naturally occurring substances from research by free men without sanctioned permission from arbitrary governing bodies is outrageous.
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