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The IPRO OFC consists of two parts, a swab for the collection of the sample and a bottle of buffer. The swab can be used for all types of applications...

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Why use saliva?

For many years saliva has been used as a biological fluid for the detection of different biomarkers such as electrolytes, hormones, drugs and antibodies...

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Instantdata

Quantitative results in a matter of minutes for a range of biomarkers in saliva, perfect for sport, corporate and military monitoring...

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World-class support

Joe has competed, coached and offered sport consultancy at international level. During a highly successful athletic career he gained honours...

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IProSport

Designed for sport settings, the IPro technology is perfect for real-time training and competition monitoring.

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IProSafety

With the work place potentially being the biggest cause of stress and illness our Point-of-Care technology allows on the job monitoring.

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IProAcademia

Reliability & Validity comprehensively peer-reviewed, speed and ease of data collection and a huge reduction of cost and time.

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Recent posts

The Direction of IPro

  We are, and I hope, always will be a business aimed at supporting athletes and clubs. However, we are changing direction rapidly through the…

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  • By IPro Australia
  • August 27, 2017

The Secret To Performance Success – Cortisol, Testosterone, sIgA, sIgG & Alpha-Amylase

It is well documented that the superstars of sport are the athletes, and rightly so… However, if you look deep enough you can find some…

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  • By IPro Australia
  • May 19, 2017

Saliva? But What’s The Question!?

We are data driven. Some experts say too much but I love the fact we are curoius about how our bodies react to different stimulus….

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  • By IPro Australia
  • March 31, 2017

World leading technology

IPRO specialises in the quantitive non-invasive determination of a range of analytes in saliva giving information about the health and well-being of individuals.

IPRO is the first company in the world to have developed real-time analysis in such analytes, giving immediate results enabling instant practical decisions to be made in the applied setting. No more taking samples, posting them to the laboratory and waiting for the results.

The IPRO Cortisol LFD offers a non-invasive, quick and easy quantitative method of assessment that requires no laboratory equipment and is remarkably cost-effective, especially when measuring small numbers of samples. The component parts required for a test are: an IPRO LFD Reader; an IPRO Oral Fluid Collector (OFC) swab; an IPRO OFC Buffer and an IPRO LFD cassette, in this case Cortisol.

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The IPRO α-amylase LFD offers a quick and easy non-invasive method of assessment that requires no laboratory equipment and is remarkably cost-effective, especially when measuring small numbers of samples. Unlike enzymatic methods on the market for lab testing, this uses antibody capture to give quantitative values in a matter of minutes. As the test is extremely sensitive it requires a second dilution after collection.

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The IPRO sIgA LFD offers a quick and easy non-invasive method of assessment that requires no laboratory equipment and is remarkably cost-effective, especially when measuring small numbers of samples. The component parts required for a test are: an IPRO LFD Reader; an IPRO Oral Fluid Collector (OFC) swab; an IPRO OFC Buffer and an IPRO LFD cassette, in this case sIgA.

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The IPRO salivary IgG LFD offers a quick and easy non-invasive method of assessment that requires no laboratory equipment and is remarkably cost-effective, especially when measuring small numbers of samples. The component parts required for a test are: an IPRO LFD Reader; an IPRO Oral Fluid Collector (OFC); IPRO Oral Fluid Collector (OFC) swab; an IPRO OFC Buffer and an IPRO LFD cassette, in this case slgG.

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