With Norgen's Swab Collection System
The Swab Collection and Total Nucleic Acid Preservation System from Norgen Biotek is designed to collect, store, and transport total nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) from different sample types including nasal, buccal, saliva, fecal, and skin. The Swab Collection and Total Nucleic Acid Preservation System contains Norgen’s Swab Preservative in a liquid format. Users must simply take the provided swab, collect the specimen, and then put the swab in the Swab Preservative, which prevents the growth of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria and fungi.
The Swab Preservative also inactivates viruses, so the resulting non-infectious samples can be handled and shipped safely. The components of the Swab Preservative allow DNA samples to be stored at room temperature for over 2 years and RNA samples to be stored at room temperature for over 2 months.
The Swab Collection and Total Nucleic Acid Preservation System is compatible with most DNA and RNA isolation methods. It has been validated for COVID-19 detection.
The Swab Collection and Preservation System inactivates microorganisms and viruses for safe and easy transport and handling. Samples can be shipped at room temperature without the need for costly cold chain transport.
The Swab Collection and Preservation System can be used to preserve total RNA and DNA, including viral RNA and DNA, at room temperature.
The Swab Collection and Preservation System can be used to collect many sample types, including nose, mouth, throat, and skin samples.
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