Collaborations

- Study of the antipsychotic effect of CBD, with the department of Neuropharmacology of  Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona (directed by Dr. Rafael Maldonado).

- Study of the binding to cannabinoid receptors and the signal transduction mechanism of CBD and CBG, with the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the University of Barcelona (directed by Dr. Rafael Franco).

- Feasibility study for the nanonization of cannabinoids, with the Department of Organic Chemistry of the University of Córdoba (study led by Dr. Rafael Luque).

- Feasibility studies of the extraction of cannabinoids using carbon dioxide in different states (subcritical and supercritical liquid) as solvent, both with the Department of Chemical Engineering and Food Technology of the University of Cadiz (study conducted by Dr. Casimiro Mantell), as well as with the Novalindus platform of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (study conducted by Dr. Tiziana Fornani).

- Viability studies of the application of the Ion Mobility technique and its applicability as a screening method for the correct selection of plants for the internal genetic improvement program of Cannabis Sativa L. with the Department of Analytical Chemistry of the University of Córdoba ( Study conducted by Dr. Lourdes Arce).

- Study of identification of new chemical entities and comparison of the metabolome of different plant varieties of Cannabis sativa L. and its extracts, with the Department of Analytical Chemistry of the University of Córdoba (study conducted by Dr. María Dolores Luque de Castro).

- Identification and quantification of methyl esters present in hemp oil and evaluation of the purity of ethyl ester GC-FID and GC-MS for the determination of cannabinoids in samples of hemp oils, with the TEP-169 PAI Research Group Biosahe belonging to the Machine and Thermal Motors Department of the University of Córdoba (Head of the research group is Dr. Pilar Dorado Pérez).

- Analysis of the productive response of different varieties of hemp, cultivated under different irrigation rates, planting densities and date of planting for medicinal purposes in Western of Andalusia, with the Area of Ecological Production and Natural Resources of the Andalusian Institute of Research and Agrarian Training, Fisheries, Food and Ecological Production (IFAPA) corresponding to the center Las Torres-Tomejil (The responsible of this activity is Dr. Ivan Francisco García Tejero).

- Collaboration for the organization of the course "Cannabinoids for the treatment of Dravet's syndrome and other rare diseases" with the Complutense University of Madrid (Director of the General Foundation of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid Laura de Dr. Pablos Escobar).

- Assays for binding, activation and modification of the signal transduction of CB1 and CB2 endocannabinoid receptors by the CBD and CBG cannabinoids "with the Fundació Bosh I Gimpera (Responsible Dr. Rafael Franco).

- Development of a set of microsatellites for varietal identification with the Institute of Research and Technology Agroalimentarias (IRTA).

- Cultivation for the production of seeds with Cooperativa Agricola CESENATE (Italy).

- Screening of new compounds for the development and investigation of strategies based on analysis of metabolites for the identification and qualitative analysis of metabolites present in different types of extracts from hemp, with Il Dipartamento di Scienze del Farmaco dell'Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale "Amedeo Avogadro "(Italy).

- Viability of NIRS technology in the differentiation and quantification of different cannabinoids present in hemp plants with the Animal Production Department of the University of Córdoba (study conducted by Dr. Nieves Núñez Sánchez).

- Study on the best production conditions for the production of hemp products for medicinal and / or herbal use with CRA-CIN (Italy).

- Advice for the manufacture of foodstuffs and GMP production with Bluecube HEalthcare, SL (Córdoba, Spain).

- Extraction by supercritical fluids of bioactive compounds from hemp with the Department of Applied Physics, Food Science Section of the Autonomous University of Madrid (FUAM).”