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Test Measures Stress Biomarkers in Blood, Sweat, Urine and Saliva

News   May 28, 2019 | Original story from the University of Cincinnati

 
Device in the Works for Home-based Stress Monitoring

UC research assistant Shima Dalirirad holds up a sensor in UC professor Andrew Steckl's Nanoelectronics Laboratory. Dalirirad conducted a related study on detecting cortisol in sweat that was published this year in the journal "Sensors and Actuators B: Chemistry." Image credit: Andrew Higley/UC Creative Services

 
 
 

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