MicroCollect™ Sterile Pack Swabs

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An all-in-one solution for sampling from the oral cavity

MicroCollect™ Sterile Pack Swabs

The MicroCollect™ Sample Collection and Preservation Devices are designed for microorganism or oral cells collection and preservation from the oral cavity. Flocked swabs use innovative nylon fiber technology to provide excellent sample collection and release. Nylon fiber swabs allow a better collection of laboratory samples and the subsequent immediate release into the rinse solution. After putting the collected sample into the rinse solution, the nucleic acid of the sample is preserved in solution.

This product provides an easy way for people without professional medical assistance to collect samples independently at home or other places. This product is safe, reliable, easy to use, and can be widely used in hospital, family, and research institutes, etc. MicroCollect™ Sterile Pack Swabs are able to preserve a large percentage of sample collected from the oral cavity. Recovered DNA or RNA can be used in many molecular biological experiments including, PCR, genomics, epigenomics, metagenomics, etc.


Instructions for Use

Each of MicroCollect™ Sterile Pack Swabs Devices consists of 2 components: (1) a gamma-irradiated tube with rinse resolution, (2) a sterile flocked swab. The instructions for use are as follows:

  1. Please operate in a clean environment.
  2. Open the sterile tube, put the lid on a clean desktop, and do not contact the sterile swab on any surface.
  3. Use the sterile swab to vigorously rub behind molar teeth, roof of mouth and cheek for 3 minutes with sufficient pressure.
  4. Carefully return the swab to the tube and ensure the sample is submerged under the rinse resolution.
  5. Place the tube into a biological sample collection bag.


Kit components Size
MicroCollect™ Sterile Pack Swabs (Cat.12000) 200 swabs, per self-packed
* For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures or other clinical purposes.
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