Blood STASIS™ - DNA/RNA Blood Collection Tubes
Evacuated tube used for collection, anti-coagulation, stabilization, transport, and storage of venous whole blood as well as for the preservation of blood genomic DNA and RNA
Clinical Report – Viral RNA Stabilization at RT
Blood collection and stabilization of DNA and RNA for:
- DNA extraction
- RNA extraction
- Human and animal genomic research
- Preserve and maintain sample integrity for 3 days
- Prevents effect of time, storage conditions on blood samples integrity
- Allows samples to be batched to improve laboratory efficiency
- Compatible with various extraction/purification techniques
The Blood STASIS™ - DNA/RNA is a plastic, evacuated tube used for collection, anti-coagulation, stabilization, transport, and storage of venous whole blood as well as for the preservation of blood genomic DNA (gDNA) and RNA.
- gDNA is stable for up to 3 days at 4oC to 37oC
- RNA is stable for up to 3 days at 4oC to 37oC
This is a short overview of the protocol, for detailed protocols, please refer to PRODUCT DOCUMENTS
Procedure for Specimen Collection
- Blood STASIS™ - DNA/RNA tube should be properly labeled and be at room temperature before use.
- Collection of blood in the tube is done using the SOP for venipuncture technique used in customer’s laboratory.
Preventing back flow
- To guard against back flow, observe the precautions mentioned in our protocol.
- Fill Blood STASIS™ - DNA/RNA tube to the indicated line on the tube.
- Invert the tube 8 to 10 times gently to allow efficient stabilization of specimen.
|Use||collection, anti-coagulation, stabilization, transport, and storage of whole blood as well as preservation of blood genomic DNA and RNA|
|Collection Volume||3 mL, 6 mL, and 9 mL|
|Storage and Transport temperature||Room Temperature|
|Shelf-Life Stability||14 months|
|Sample Stability||Stabilizes the sample for 3 days|
|Applications||Enables isolation of gDNA and RNA from the same sample. Collected cells are maintained intact, making them suitable for FACS analysis, Cancer
Research, and Organ Compatibility assays.
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