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Salimetrics Expands Salivary Cytokine Testing Service for Fast, Easy Salivary Biomarker Analysis

(October 16, 2019) Salimetrics brings better methods to salivary cytokine research with the addition of IFN-gamma, IL-2, IL-10, IL-12p70, and IL-13 to its testing service. Researchers can add any or all of these cytokines to the popular, core Salimetrics’ Salivary Cytokine Panel (IL-1 Beta, IL-6, IL-8 and TNF-Alpha), all tested using the same sample with [...]
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Cognitive Reappraisal of Negative emotions may be related to salivary E2 and DLFPC Activity

A preliminary study of association between adolescent estradiol level and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex activity during emotion regulation Author: Chung Y, et al. (2019), Psychoneuroendocrinology. ABSTRACT: Non-human primate models have been useful in clarifying estradiol’s role in cognitive processing. These animal studies indicate estradiol impacts cognitive processes supported by regions within dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC). Although […]

Going to World Sleep 2019?

Stop by Booth 321 & meet our experienced salivary bioscience experts! See how our Salivary Melatonin Assay Kit and new OnTimePoint™ App can be applied to your current or next research study. We’re eager to exchange scientific knowledge and discuss new ideas that lead to better results!  

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Physical and Emotional Abuse has Indirect Effects on Cortisol Reactivity

Childhood abuse predicts affective symptoms via HPA reactivity during mother-infant stress Author: Kern S & Laurent HK. (2019), Psychoneuroendocrinology. ABSTRACT: Despite extensive literature positing the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis as a mechanism in the association between early childhood maltreatment and later adult psychopathology, empirical support for this full pathway is lacking. We tested indirect effects of […]

Salimetrics and daacro Celebrate 5 Years of Salivary Bioscience Excellence

(August 28, 2019) Salimetrics, the provider of better methods for salivary bioscience, and daacro (Diagnostic Assessment and Clinical Research Organization), the German stress contract research organization, celebrate 5 years of collaborative efforts in salivary bioscience stress research. Salimetrics, and daacro (Diagnostic Assessment and Clinical Research Organization), have recently passed their five-year milestone of collaboration in [...]
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New Participant-Centric Saliva Collection Management System for Salivary Bioscience from Salimetrics Now in Development

(Aug 1, 2019) The OnTimePoint™ Saliva Collection Management System for Salivary Bioscience is now in development as part of Salimetrics’ core mission to ensure researchers and clinicians have the better methods that lead to increased rigor and reproducibility in their Salivary Bioscience. Today, in order to increase the level of rigor and reproducibility in their [...]
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Prenatal Maternal Salivary Cortisol Related to Child’s Health

Prospective Relations Between Prenatal Maternal Cortisol and Child Health Outcomes. Author: Roettger ME, et al. (2019), Psychosom Med. OBJECTIVE: To investigate prospective, longitudinal associations between maternal prenatal cortisol response to an interpersonal stressor and child health over the subsequent three years. METHODS: 123 women expecting their first child provided salivary cortisol samples between 12-32 weeks […]

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Physical and Emotional Abuse Shows Indirect Effects on Cortisol Reactivity

Childhood abuse predicts affective symptoms via HPA reactivity during mother-infant stress. Author: Kern S & Laurent HK. (2019), Psychoneuroendocrinology. ABSTRACT: Despite extensive literature positing the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis as a mechanism in the association between early childhood maltreatment and later adult psychopathology, empirical support for this full pathway is lacking. We tested indirect effects of […]

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Prefrontal Cortex and Amygdala Activity Lead to Differing Individual Psychosocial Stress Emotional Responses

Amygdala and prefrontal cortex activity varies with individual differences in the emotional response to psychosocial stress. Author: Orem TR, et al. (2019), Behav Neurosci. ABSTRACT Stress elicits a variety of psychophysiological responses that show large interindividual variability. Determining the neural mechanisms that mediate individual differences in the emotional response to stress would provide new insight […]

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Gender-Based Violence May Have a Higher Impact on Marginalized Women

Gender-based violence and trauma in marginalized populations of women: Role of biological embedding and toxic stress. Author: Sabri B, et al. (2018), Health Care Women Int. ABSTRACT Gender-based violence (GBV) and trauma can dysregulate and recalibrate environmentally sensitive physiological (i.e. central nervous, endocrine, and immune) systems placing survivors at risk for multiple health problems. The […]

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Early Head Start Services Improve Infants’ Cortisol Regulation and Recovery

Improving Infants’ Stress-Induced Cortisol Regulation through Attachment-Based Intervention: A Randomized Controlled Trial Author: Berlin LJ, et al. (2019), Psychoneuroendocrinology. ABSTRACT Attachment-based parenting interventions have shown positive effects on early cortisol regulation, a key biomarker. Evaluations to date have focused on diurnal cortisol production in high-risk infants. It is important to understand whether attachment-based intervention may […]

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Laboratory Technician/Manager Employment Opportunity at the University of New South Wales (UNSW)

The newly opened University of New South Wales (UNSW) Salivary Bioscience Research Centre (SBRC) housed within the School of Psychology is hiring a Laboratory Technician/Manager (Senior Technical Officer). The mission of the SBRC is to serve as a University service centre by enabling access to high quality salivary assay services and technical support for a […]

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Salivary DHEA-Cortisol Ratio Associations with Parental Maltreatment and Juvenile Incarcerated Male Psychopathy

Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and its ratio to cortisol moderate associations between maltreatment and psychopathology in male juvenile offenders Author: Kimonis ER, et al. (2019), Psychoneuroendocrinology. ABSTRACT This study examined whether DHEA and its ratio to cortisol moderated risk for psychopathology among incarcerated youth exposed to childhood maltreatment. Resistance to stress-related psychopathology under adversity was also examined in […]

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Cortisol as a Target Mediator for Therapeutic Horseback Riding Effects in Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Replication Pilot Trial of Therapeutic Horseback Riding and Cortisol Collection With Children on the Autism Spectrum Author: Zhaoxing P, et al. (2019), Frontiers. ABSTRACT We aimed to determine whether results of our prior randomized control trial [RCT; NCT02301195, (1)] of Therapeutic Horseback Riding (THR) for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) could be replicated […]

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Salivary Cortisol and DHEA are Inversely Correlated with Early Postnatal Growth and Blood Pressure in Extremely Preterm Children

Adrenal function links to early postnatal growth and blood pressure at age 6 in children born extremely preterm Author: Watterberg KL, et al. (2018), Pediatric Research. BACKGROUND: Low birth weight in term-born individuals correlates with adverse cardiometabolic outcomes; excess glucocorticoid exposure has been linked to these relationships. We hypothesized that cortisol and adrenal androgens would correlate […]

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