Saliva Collection for Infants <6 Months OldRead More...
The volume of sample recovered is typically in the range of 200-1000 µL. The SIS is Also backed by a Salimetrics QC report, which verifies consistent lot-to-lot performance. This method comes complete with SalivaBio Infant’s Swab (SIS), swab storage tube, and sample collection instructions, this saliva collection system is ready to use in the field or on-site.
View the chart below for a list of analytes approved to be collected with the SIS. If your analyte is not listed, we recommend collecting with the passive drool method. However, a pilot study may reveal a high correlation in your subject group, which will enable you to utilize this method effectively.
|Intended Use:||Infants <6 months old|
|Volume Capacity:||1 mL|
|Regulatory Status:||FDA Listed, CE Marked|
|Material Composition:||Synthetic Swab|
|Swab Size:||6.5 mm x 90 mm|
|Approved for Analytes|
|Cortisol, Alpha-Amylase, Chromogranin A, Cotinine, Interleukin-1 Beta, Interleukin-6, Melatonin, Secretory Immunoglobulin A, Testosterone, DNA Analysis, Uric Acid|
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Recommended Handling & Storage Accessories
4″ Swab/Conical Tube Storage Box
Moisture-resistant laminated fiberboard boxes are ideal for freezer and refrigerator storage. The 7 x 7 grid insert makes easy work of sample organization.
|Size:||5.5″ x 5.5″ x 4″|
Bar-Coded Sample Labels
Small polypropylene labels which adhere to tubes frozen to -80°C and will not fall off upon thawing. Sample ID number, study name and barcode are pre-printed onto the 1-in square labels ensuring positive sample identification during saliva collections.
|Size:||26 mm x 26 mm (1″ x 1″)|
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