How you collect saliva makes a big diagnostic difference. To incorporate the use of saliva into molecular diagnostic testing protocols or implement actual real-world mass-testing in scalable scenarios, requires an authorized, proven, validated, and supported system that actually mitigates risk of exposure and a device engineered to increase testing accuracy.
The SDNA saliva collection devices have been engineered to lead the saliva collection market in clinical diagnostic and research applications. This self-contained saliva collection system provides critical sample consistency and long-term stability while preserving and protecting DNA and RNA transcripts post-collection for sensitive and specific analysis.
Sample self-collection using an SDNA collection kit provides 100% in-device live viral neutralization at room temperature. This mitigates any risk of exposure for all downstream processes and eliminates the need for UN3373 biohazard shipping designation with clearance from USPS, FedEx, & UPS.
Preservation formulation is able to identify viral RNA infections at their earliest stage from as few as 200 copies/ml (lateral flow rapid antigen tests need 10,000-20,000 copies/ml). Viral RNA samples maintain the highest bio-sample efficacy with well over two weeks post-collection stability for optimal testing accuracy. In addition, samples require no special temperature-controlled storage or transport.
Spectrum’s saliva collection systems ship with verified, unique barcode serialization for biosample digital chain-of-custody. Additionally, customized secondary packaging, kitting, and direct-to-patient fulfillment options are available to solve any special project or testing workflow requirements.
Choosing the wrong saliva collection device can introduce and increase critical failure points. Spectrum’s new and technically-superior saliva collection systems are the answer your teams and projects have been waiting for.
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