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Date:4/26/2013

ins this collaboration. We know DAaCRO’s lab returns exacting results in saliva and so we welcome them into the COE program.”

The Salimetrics Center of Excellence Program was established to feature saliva testing laboratories who demonstrate proficiency in delivering precise saliva testing results that meet the high standards of accuracy set by the Salimetrics Saliva Testing Laboratory. Laboratories who are committed to and achieve this goal will receive certification and support from Salimetrics. This program is designed to identify and promote qualified saliva testing laboratories in multiple geographical regions around the world. “Salimetrics hopes to facilitate research by guiding scientists to the labs that hold to the standards set in the Salimetrics’ testing lab and to provide the support and education necessary to reach and maintain that level of excellence on behalf of the Salivary Research Community. It is a straightforward program – Better Assays. Better Results.” says Jennifer.

About Salimetrics:

Founded in 1998, Salimetrics, LLC supports researchers, the immunodiagnostic industry, and functional testing laboratories around the world with innovative salivary immunoassay products and services. Salimetrics’ assay kits and CLIA-certified testing services measure biomarkers related to stress, behavior and development, inflammation, and immune function, including: alpha-amylase, androstenedione, blood contamination, chromogranin A, cortisol, cotinine, C-reactive protein, DHEA, DHEA-S, estradiol, estriol, estrone, IL-1b, IL-6, melatonin, progesterone, 17a-hydroxyprogesterone, secretory IgA, testosterone, and TNF-a. Salimetrics also provides salivary DNA analysis. The company is based in State College, Pennsylvania, with offices in the UK and distributors around the world. For more information, visit Salimetrics on the web at http://www.salimetrics.c
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