Category Archives: Kratom DNA

Chemotype certificate for Red Vein Thai kratom sample we sequenced.

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Download PDF of analysis results from Wonderland Labs: 112775-Certificate-ID Wonderland Labs web site. Verify certiricate with Wonderland Labs here. The USPTO has issued cannabis patents that claim both genotype and chemotype. Prior art is strongest when presented with both. A good read on Mitragynine and 7-hydroxyMitragynine. http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/drug-profiles/kratom

First Ph.D. Peer Review of Kratom Genome Project DNA

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Peer review of our data was performed by Bryan J. Jones, Ph.D. The Biotechnology Institute, University of Minnesota, 1479 Gortner Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108, United States. Email: Bry@nJJon.es Page with related document downloads is here. Dr. Jones confirmed in detail that: 1) Since the authors chose to remain anonymous, confirm you are not reviewing… Read More »

Crypto-encouraged Peer Review – a working alternative to the slow erosion of scientific journals and copyright

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Crypto-encouraged Peer Review – and the slow erosion of scientific journals and copyright The case for RAID Review (Rapid Anon Incentivized and Direct Review) Most people haven’t thought much about copyright. It has an unconstitutional founding and is a contradiction with free speech that many heralded as necessary. Few people stop to consider the negative… Read More »

BLAST Analysis of our Initial Sequence- Kratom DNA project

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There are two sources of Mitragyna speciosa data that we are aware of. A search of NCBI will provide 40 sequences. These are well annotated sequences that sum to 344,569bp including two chloroplast sequences, ITS sequences and many genes of interest. They are derived from multiple different researchers from around the world using multiple different… Read More »

Plant genes CAN be patented….Despite what most people hear in forums

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Patentability is country dependent, and in the USA, a bred strain of a plant can still be patented, and recently has been with cannabis. Here is the Cannabis Patent claim that recently issued thus debunking what most people falsely believe  cannot be patented. Notice the Bd/Bt Allele language (naturally occurring DNA). Notice the Chemotype language.… Read More »