SDNA Whole Saliva Collection Device

Catalog number: R13100

SDNA Whole Saliva Collection Device

Catalog number: R13100

Simplify the collection of saliva for commercial bioinformatic DNA testing applications, academic, research, biobanking, and as a bio-sample collection option for viral DNA/RNA COVID-19 testing for hospital networks, health departments and clinical research organizations with Spectrum™ Solutions SDNA Whole Saliva Collection Device.

 
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R13100
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DescriptionSpectrum Saliva Collection Device
For Use With (Application)Commercial bioinformatic DNA testing applications, academic, research, biobanking, and as a biosample collection option for viral DNA/RNA COVID-19 testing
Quantity360/Cs.
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DescriptionSpectrum Saliva Collection Device
For Use With (Application)Commercial bioinformatic DNA testing applications, academic, research, biobanking, and as a biosample collection option for viral DNA/RNA COVID-19 testing
Quantity360/Cs.
Unit SizeEach
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The SDNA saliva collection device has been engineered to lead the saliva collection market in molecular diagnostic applications. This self-contained saliva collection system provides critical sample consistency while suspending and neutralizing viral RNA transcripts post collection for sensitive and specific analysis completely inactivating the live virus at ambient temperatures.

  • Single device for DNA/viral RNA biosample collection, transportation, & storage.
  • Intuitive 3-step design, proven to reduce customer collection errors.
  • System maintains biosample consistency.
  • Significantly reduces costs associated with sample failures & recollection.
  • Tube compatible with automated platforms.
  • Innovative, patented chemistry that preserves & protects both DNA/viral RNA transcripts, manages bacteria & mitigates any risk of infection throughout the testing process.