A parametric study of lateral flow biosensors for measurement of salivary cortisol concentration

  • R. Nino-Esparza University of Prince Edward Island
  • L. McDuffee University of Prince Edward Island
  • W. J. Montelpare University of Prince Edward Island
  • A. Ahmadi University of Prince Edward Island

Abstract

A parametric study was performed to investigate the effects of lateral flow assay preparation and construction on measurement of salivary cortisol concentrations. It is shown that a higher concentration of anti-cortisol antibodies is more suitable for measurement of higher concentrations of cortisol. Moreover, it is shown that thinner control and test lines provide more consistent measurement.

Published
2019-05-21
How to Cite
[1]
R. Nino-Esparza, L. McDuffee, W. Montelpare, and A. Ahmadi, “A parametric study of lateral flow biosensors for measurement of salivary cortisol concentration”, CMBES, vol. 42, May 2019.
Section
Academic