Salivary cortisol on ROCHE Elecsys immunoassay system: pilot biological variation studies 1 1 Abbrev

@article{Chiu2003SalivaryCO,
  title={Salivary cortisol on ROCHE Elecsys immunoassay system: pilot biological variation studies 1 1 Abbrev},
  author={Simon K. Chiu and Christine P. Collier and Albert F Clark and Katherine E. Wynn-Edwards},
  journal={Clinical biochemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={
          211-4
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Salivary analysis is a noninvasive alternative that may be more acceptable to patients, especially children. As such, it has the potential for incorporation into comprehensive, dynamic investigations of metabolic dysfunctions - a significant advancement over a single time point serum analysis. In this study, we wanted to determine if the serum cortisol assay on our routine immunoassay analyzer could reliably measure salivary cortisol concentrations. Because of potential fluctuations… CONTINUE READING
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