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Arbor Assays Discounted Reagents
ISWE and Arbor Assays have partnered to develop and sell kits for measuring common endocrine hormones to the wildlife endocrinology community. Currently, kits are available for testosterone, cortisol and progesterone.  These Testosterone and Cortisol ISWE Mini-kits use antibodies developed and owned by ISWE. The Progesterone Mini-kit uses the CL425 monoclonal antibody. The kit reagents are supplied with both the antibody and conjugate as 50x concentrates that can be diluted into the end user’s assay buffer of choice. Also supplied is a solution of the kit standard as a concentrate. The antibodies are not suitable for directly coating onto plates – they MUST be used with secondary antibody coated plates. Please go to: https://www.arborassays.com/product_type/iswe-mini-kits/

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Lab NameWebsiteLocationCountryContact Name & EmailContact Phone
Instituto de Investigaciones Biológicas y Tecnológicas (CONICET-UNC), Cordoba, ArgentinaWebsiteCórdobaArgentinaVervers, DVM, Dipl ECAR54-9-351-6711746
University of Veterinary Medicine, ViennaWebsiteViennaAustriaRupert Palme43-1-25077-4103
Laboratory of Chemical Analysis, Department of Veterinary Public Health and Food Safety, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, BelgiumWebsiteMerelbekeBelgiumJella Wauters0032478636862 (mobile) or 003292647452 (office)
University of GuelphWebsiteGuelph, OntarioCanadaLaura H Graham519-546-6146
Reproductive Programs, Toronto ZooWebsiteScarborough, OntarioCanadaGaby Mastromonaco416-392-5980
Chester ZooWebsiteUpton-by-ChesterUKRebecca Mogey44-1244-389447
University of EdinburghWebsiteEdinburghUKForbes Howie44-131-242-6612
Kari MorfeldOmaha, NEUSAKari Morfeld402-870-4458
Laboratory for the Evolutionary Endocrinology of Primates (LEEP) at the University of Arizona, in the School of AnthropologyWebsiteTuscon, AZUSAStacey Tecot520-621-6294 (office) or 520-621-6367 (lab)
Saint Louis ZooWebsiteSt Louis, MOUSACorinne Kozlowski314-646-4762
Texas A&M UniversityWebsiteCollege Station, TXUSAAnnie Newell-Fugate979-845-1744
Southeast Zoo Alliance for Reproduction and ConservationWebsiteYulee, FLUSAElara Metrione
University of WashingtonWebsiteSeattle, WAUSASamuel Wasser Or Rebecca Booth206-543-1669 or 206-543-1623
Smithsonian Conservation Biology InstituteWebsiteFront Royal, VAUSAJanine Brown Or Steve Paris540-635-6586 or 540-635-0052
Oregon ZooWebsitePortland, ORUSANadja Wielebnowski Or Candace Scarlata503-226-1561 x 5301
Arbor Assays, including new assay developmentWebsiteAnn Arbor, MIUSABobbi O'Hara1 734-677-1774
Chicago Zoological Society/Brookfield ZooWebsiteBrookfield, ILUSAJocelyn Bryant1 708-688-8831

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