Tail Bleed Sample Prep
Preparation of small volume tail bleed samples for steroid assays.
Chemiluminescent ELISA Demo
How to set up a chemiluminescent assay.
Fecal Extraction Demo
Extraction of fecal samples prior to assay.
Arbor Assays Site Tour
All Arbor Assays products are developed, manufactured, and tested in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Tips and tricks to get the most out of your assays
How to handle various samples prior to running in Arbor Assays’ kits.
Assay and Kit Resources
|Arbor Assays Kit Plate Dimensions||
A spreadsheet containing the dimensions for Arbor Assays’ microplates, if manual adjustment of the reading parameters are necessary on the plate reader to be used.
|K009-F1 Blank Subtraction||
Excel spreadsheet useful for subtracting out thiol background from data generated using K009-F1, DetectX® Glutathione Reductase Fluorescent Activity Kit.
|KB02-H1 Data Reduction||
Excel spreadsheet useful for reducing data generated using KB02-H, DetectX® Serum Creatinine Detection Kit to generate a linear regression standard curve and calculate the concentrations in samples.
Walkthrough of lab math calculations involved in sample concentration determinations.
|Luminescent Plate Readers||
Excel spreadsheet containing a list of Plate Reader Manufacturers
A listing of Arbor Assays’ saliva-validated ELISA kits for a variety of relevant biomarkers, plus more information on using saliva as a sample type.
A chemical directory useful for identifying physical and chemical properties, similar/related chemicals, suppliers, etc.
|Human Atlas Project||
A searchable website providing a Tissue-Based Map of the Human Proteome. The current knowledge regarding the human proteome is summarized, achieved through antibody-based methds combined with transcriptomics analysis across all major tissues and organs of the human body.
|International Society of Wildlife Endocrinology (ISWE)||
Statement of Purpose: The International Society of Wildlife Endocrinology is a non-profit organization that provides a forum for collaboration and information exchange to advance the science of wildlife endocrinology. Our members develop and apply innovative approaches to study wildlife health, reproduction, welfare, and conservation.
|Linscott’s Directory of Immunological & Biological Reagents|
|Mayo Medical Laboratories||
Mayo Clinic Reference Laboratory Services site useful for finding human reference ranges for a variety of analytes in different biological samples. Searchable by test or by disease state.
|MTX Lab Systems, Inc.||
Website of a reputable supplier of general lab equipment, typically refurbished
|MyAssays Data Reduction Templates for DetectX® Assay Kits||
Data Reduction Templates for DetectX® Assay Kits available at: http://www.MyAssays.com/arbor-assays
|NCBI Databases – PubMed||
Useful summary of literature based links for finding established concentration ranges for molecules of interest in various species, sample types, and more at NCBI Databases.
|NIST – Chemistry||
Useful for chemical properties of common biological molecules.
|Organic Solvents: Table of Properties||
A table of properties for common organic solvents found in the lab
A company that provides sample preparation instrumentation such as those used for evaporation and extraction.
|Veterinary Medicine Austria||
A special issue of the Journal Veterinary Medicine Austria resulting from the 3rd Annual (2012) ISWE conference in Vienna, Austria. There are both new information articles and comprehensive reviews, including papers from many of the keynote speakers focusing on broad issues in endocrinology. All articles are presented in both German and English. Click the word “anzeigen” to show each article, and at the end of the article there is a “download” button to get the PDF.
A home-grown website of information related to assays used in Wildlife Conservation studies. It also contains a run down of General Lab Protocols (Extraction Protocols, Plate Coating, etc.) and Lab Math (Sample Dilutions, Extraction Efficiencies, and Normalization calculations).
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