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Saliva Collection Methods & Devices

BETTER COLLECTION, BETTER RESULTS

Collect Right with the Saliva Collection eBook

Learn the proper techniques and methods for saliva collection, handling, storage, and shipping with this step-by-step guide. If you are collecting saliva for biomarker or analyte analysis, we have developed this guide to provide you better results with your salivary testing.


START WITH YOUR PARTICIPANTS

Adults, Children 6+ Children < 6 Years Children < 6 Months Animals
Passive Drool *
Oral Swab
Children's Swab
Infant's Swab
*Note: Some children < 6 are capable of providing passive drool samples under supervision

Collection Methods Approved By Analyte

= No = Yes
Analyte Passive Drool SalivaBio Swabs Optimum Collection Volume
Salivary 17 Alpha-OHP 125 μL*
Salivary Aldosterone 175 μL*
Salivary Alpha-Amylase 25 μL*
Salivary Androstenedione 125 μL*
Salivary C-Reactive Protein 125 μL*
Salivary Chromogranin A 75 μL*
Salivary Cortisol 75 uL
Salivary Cotinine 75 µL*
Salivary DHEA 125 μL*
Salivary DHEA-S 225 μL*
Salivary Estradiol 225 μL*
Salivary Estriol 175 μL*
Salivary Estrone 255 μL*
Salivary Insulin 100 μL
Salivary Interleukin-1 Beta 50 μL*
Salivary Interleukin-6 135 μL*
Salivary Interleukin-8 100 μL
Salivary Melatonin 225 μL*
Salivary Neopterin 125 μL*
Salivary Progesterone 125 μL*
Salivary SIgA 50 μL*
Salivary Testosterone 75 μL*
Salivary TNF-Alpha 425 μL*
Salivary Total Protein 75 μL*
Salivary Transferrin 75 μL*
Salivary Uric Acid 25 μL*