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Quantifying water borne CORT

This is a discussion on Quantifying water borne CORT within the Other Scientific Studies forums, part of the Herpetological Science & Politics category; Anyone know of good methods for quantifying water borne corticosterone with tadpoles? Have access to HPLC, I have read some ...

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Anyone know of good methods for quantifying water borne corticosterone with tadpoles? Have access to HPLC, I have read some about CORT EIA kits from Cayman chemicals... I am not very experienced with hormonal assays, but would like to add this aspect to my study. Please let me know if you can provide any literature or comprehensive methods for this. Thanks!



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