Saliva Collection Handbook

Contact Us ABOUT SALIMETRICS Salimetrics leads the industry in supporting thousands of salivary bioscience researchers around the world with the Read More...

Rigor and Reproducibility (Part 2): How Good Are Your Saliva Samples?

Text on the button IN THIS DROP: RIGOR AND REPRODUCIBILITY (PART 2): HOW GOOD ARE YOUR SALIVA SAMPLES? Rigor and Read More...

Salimetrics FAQs

If your questions are not listed below, please contact technical support: technical@stratech.co.uk Key Salivary Bioscience ConsiderationsCarefully Consider Your Analytes and SNPsThe Read More...

Salimetrics Webinar

Integrating Salivary Bioscience into Behavioural, Developmental & Health Science Research 28th July 2022 19.30pm  Presented By: Kelly Henning, Testing Project Read More...

Saliva Collection Instructions

Melatonin Collection method: Passive drool, Salimetrics Swab Container: cryovials, 2mL or SCS/SIS/SOS and SST Required saliva volume: 0.5 – 1.0 Read More…

Spit tips

Inter- and Intra-Assay Coefficients of Variability In order to express the precision, or repeatability, of immunoassay test results, researchers in Read More…

Correcting Salivary Analyte Concentrations

for Saliva Flowrate Some salivary analytes pass from outside the salivary cells and into saliva more slowly than others. If Read More…

Correcting SIgA Concentrations for Saliva Flowrate

(SOS Collection) Some salivary analytes such as SIgA pass from outside the salivary cells into saliva more slowly than others. Read More…

Saliva Flow Rate

The Entry of Substances into Saliva and the Effect of Flow Rate on Their Concentrations The non-invasive nature of saliva Read More…

Infant Saliva Collection tips

from Salimetrics customers We have researchers who have shared able to offer some collection tips.  From Harvard University –Brigham and Read More…

Saliva Collection Methods

People often ask us the best method to use when sampling saliva for their studies. There are quite a few Read More…

Handling Multiple Salivary Analytes and Order of Assay

Many bio-behavioral studies now include measurements of multiple salivary biomarkers. Some analytes such as cortisol and alpha-amylase are fairly stable Read More…