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StressChron

Laboratories

BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY

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The Biochemistry Laboratory has a wide range of highly accurate and validated methods for quantification of a plethora of parameters regarding the secondary stress response applicable in acute and chronic stress physiological research across vertebrates. In particular, parameters involved in metabolic (e.g. glucose, lactate, etc.), cellular (e.g. heat chock proteins, cytokines, etc.), osmoregulatory (e.g. osmolality, etc.), hematological (e.g. hematocrit, etc.), and immune (e.g. cytokines, etc.) related changes are analyzed.

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BIOMOLECULAR LABORATORY

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This laboratory offers highly accurate and sensitive methods for quantification of expression of a plethora of genes applicable in acute and chronic stress physiological research across vertebrates. All methods were developed in an EN ISO/IEC 17025 regulated environment and validated according the requirements of the Commission Decision No. 2002/657/EC to ensure full traceability of materials and overall quality of results.

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CELL BIOLOGY LABORATORY

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This laboratory offers state-of-the-art facilities and methods for cell biological research focusing on human and carp bone cell types applicable in the research on the effect of natural glucocorticoids on bone in framework of glucocorticoid induced osteoporosis. All methods were developed in an EN ISO/IEC 17025 regulated environment to ensure full traceability of materials and overall quality of results.

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MASS SPECTROMETRY LABORATORY

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The Mass Spectrometry Laboratory has a wide range of highly accurate and validated methods for quantification of a glucocorticoid profile regarding the primary stress response applicable in acute and chronic stress physiological research across vertebrates. In particular, glucocorticoid profiles consisting of the dominant hormone, its precursors, endogenously present phase I metabolites, and most abundant exogenously present phase I metabolites in various tissues are analyzed with unique and patented methods.

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