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Drop Date: November 2021 In This Drop: Piloting Salivary Oxytocin – Observations and Opportunities for Research The Salimetrics’ ground-breaking salivary oxytocin assay was designed specifically for saliva with Salimetrics’ unique knowledge and experience. Early results are in – not only does the assay range span the levels appropriate in saliva, but researchers can also differentiate [...]
Drop Date: October 2021 In This Drop: DHEA & DHEA(S) - The Stress Whisperers DHEA and cortisol are both hormones produced by the adrenal glands. While DHEA and cortisol are often measured independently as biomarkers, measuring the two hormones together can offer advanced insights for continued stress research. As salivary cortisol becomes more widespread, researchers [...]
Drop Date: August 2021 In This Drop: Infectious Diseases – Salivary Antibody Assays Track Exposure and Infection Although the state of the pandemic still seems to fluctuate from one day to the next, one thing remains clear: COVID-19 has shown us the benefits of saliva as a sample type are unprecedented for infectious disease research. [...]
Drop Date: June 2021 In This Drop: Five ‘Value Adds’ for Principal Investigators For over 20 years, the Salimetrics saliva testing laboratory has remained a pillar of standardized methods for the salivary bioscience community, representing much more than just high-quality results. The scientific impact has been phenomenal and the collaborative environment, equal access, pay only [...]
Drop Date: March 2020 In This Drop: Shift Right: Assessing Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders and Associated Health Concerns Based on Salivary Melatonin and Dim Light Melatonin Onset (DLMO) With the increased clinical focus on the science of sleep as it relates to human health and performance, salivary melatonin and more specifically, “Dim Light Melatonin Onset” [...]
Drop Date: June 2018 In This Drop: Better Methods is a new, multi-part series highlighting ‘best practice’ methods in salivary bioscience that can have a positive impact on the quality and reproducibility of salivary bioscience research.