Nasal Sampling Swab in Tube

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Model Number: NFS-T

Dry sampling swab kit
Soft Tube


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NFS-T_01

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Product name:Specimen Collection Swab in Tube

Model:NFS-T

Specifications:Sampling swab and tube

Tip Material:Nylon Flocked

Cap Material:ABS

Tube Material:PP

Application:Nasal specimen collection,Dry sampling

NFS-T_05

FEATURES

Nylon flocked tip

Superior sample collection and elution

DNase and RNase free and do not contain PCR-inhibitory agents

Molded breakpoint

Molded break point handle,swab head easily broken intotransportation tube

NFS-T_10

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  • [Inspection principle]

    The virus is composed of a nucleic acid molecule and a protein or only a protein, which is small in size and simple in structure. Because there is no cell structure, the virus itself can not replicate, but the nucleic acid gene into the host cell, with the help of the latter replication system to replicate new virus. After collection of virus samples, in order to maintain the activity of virus samples, prolong the survival time of viruses in the samples, or inactivate viruses with lysate, only some important components of the virus (such as nucleic acid and antigen protein) are preserved and transported in the preservation solution.

    [Composition]

    The disposable virus sampling tube is composed of sampling tube, cap, VTM preservation solution and / or sampling swab.

    [Storage conditions and validity]

    Storage conditions: normal atmospheric temperature

    Validity: 12months

    Note: after the sample is embedded in the sampling tube, it generally needs to be stored and transported at 2-8 ℃.

    [Specimen arrangements]

    The specimens should be transported to the corresponding laboratory within 3 working days after collection, and the storage temperature should be 2-8 ℃; if they cannot be sent to the laboratory within 72 hours, they should be stored at – 70 ℃ or below, and the specimens should avoid repeated freezing and thawing.