Papers using Soma technology
Independent Validation Papers
Coad S, et al., (2015) Validity and reliability of a novel immunoassay for Individual Profiling in Applied Sports Science. Research in Sports Medicine 23(2): 1-11.
Fisher R, et al., (2015) The validity and reliability of a salivary cortisol Point of Care Test. Journal of Athletic Enhancement 4:4-10
MacDonald L, et al., (2017) Reliability of salivary cortisol and Immunoglobulin A measurements from the IPRO before and after sprint cycling exercise. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness (in Press)
Peer-reviewed Validation papers:
Jehanli A, et al., (2011) Development and validation of an oral fluid collection device and its use in the immunoassay of salivary steroids and immunoglobulins in sports persons. Proceedings 10th Symposium Intl Soc Ex Imunol
Papers using Soma technology
MacDonald L, & Minihan C, (2017) Mindfulness training attenuates the increase in salivary cortisol concentration associated with competition in highly trained wheelchair basketball players. Journal of Sports Sciences http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2017.1308001
Anton-Solanos A, et al., (2016) Physiological and cognitive responses to and Antarctic Expedition: A case report. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. Vol 11 (8): 1053-1059.
Coad S, et al., (2016) Seasonal Analysis of Mucosal Immunological Function and Physical Demands in Professional Australian Rules Footballers. Int. J. Sports Physiol. Perf. 11(5) 574-580.
Edmonds R, et al., (2016) Cardiac Autonomic and Salivary Responses to a Repeated Training Bout in Elite Swimmers. Sports, 4, 13, 2-14
Owen A, et al., (2016) High Intensity Training and Salivary Immunoglobuin A responses in Professional Top-Level Soccer Players. J Str. Cond. Res. 30(9): 2460-9
Dunbar J, et al., (2016) Salivary Cortisol is Highly Correlated With Training Intensity in English Premier League Players; in International Research in Science and Soccer II Eds., Favero T, et al. Routledge pp 104-109
Coad S, et al., (2015) Physical Demands and Salivary Immunoglobulin A Responses of Elite Australian Rules Football Athletes to Match Play. Int. J. Sports Physiol. Perf. 10(5) 613-617
Dimitriou L, et al., (2015) Influence of Montmorency cherry juice blend on indices of exercise-induced stress and upper respiratory tract symptoms following marathon running. J Int Soc. Sp. Nutr. 12(22)
Edmonds R, et al., (2015) Effect of chronic training on heart rate variability, salivary IgA and salivary alpha-amylase in elite swimmers with a disability. PLoS One, 10, e0127749
Morgans R, et al., (2015) Pre-Match Salivary IgA in Soccer Players From the 2014 World Cup Qualifying Campaign. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 10(3): 401-403
Dunbar J, et al., (2014) Secretory IgA Responses to a Premier League Soccer Season. Proceedings of 4th World Conference of Science and Soccer, Portland, USA.
Morgans R, et al., (2014) Intensive Winter Fixture Schedule Induces a Transient Fall in Salivary IgA in English Premier League Soccer Players. Research in Sports Medicine 22: 346-354
Dunbar J, et al., (2013) Mucosal Immunity and Self-reported Upper Respiratory Symptoms in a cohort of Premier League Academy Soccer Players: Proceedings 11th Symposium Intl Soc Ex Imunol.