Researchers discovered that testing for the presence of a single immune system molecule on nasal swabs can help detect stealthy viruses.
This month’s issue features laboratory reagents and consumables from such companies as Audit Microcontrols, Bio-rad Laboratories, and Diasorin Molecular.Read More
On display in Booth 2945, the kit preserves the viability of enteric pathogenic bacteria during transport from the collection site to the testing laboratory.Read More
Providing a painless alternative to blood draws, a cheek swab system eases collection of samples from neonates and pediatric patients.Read More
This issue’s Product Spotlight includes the Repeater M4 pipette from Eppendorf, Cryo.s biobanking tubes from Greiner Bio-One, and the E1-ClipTip electronic pipette from Thermo Fisher Scientific.Read More
Flu sample collection kits from Copan, Murrieta, Calif, include viral transport media and a flocked swab for improved collection of patient specimen.Read More
New research at COPAN Group has led to an important technological breakthrough in the yield of target nucleic acid from its FLOQSwabs.Read More
In young adult women, there is a high degree of agreement between self-collected and clinician-collected vaginal swab samples for detecting human papillomavirus (HPV) infections in the genital tract, results of a new study suggest.Read More