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Collect – Release – Transport:  All in a Single Tube

Mawi DNA Technologies has overcome the problems of low recovery, high bacterial content, sheared DNA, and excessive resampling costs common to most current non-invasive sample collection methods.  The innovative design of the iSWAB™ collection device allows the release of cells captured from any swab into a proprietary lysis and stabilizing buffer. iSWAB-DNA Datasheet

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Latest News

01Aug

Mawi’s upcoming bio-samples Stabilization Technology Presented At the American Association of Clinical Conference, Chicago, 2018

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If you are attending AACC, Associate Professor Chamindie Punyadeera | Head, Saliva Translational Research Group, Queensland University of Technology, will be... Read More →
13Jul

Whole Exome Sequencing Approved!

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iSWAB-DNA: Whole-Exome Sequencing Approved! Take a closer look into further details about this news in the article here. Whole Exome... Read More →
17Apr

Protein markers detected from iSWAB-Proteins

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A paper using Mawi technology was recently published in the Journal of Molecular Biomarkers and Diagnosis: Detection of Oxidative Stress... Read More →
10Apr

Dr. Robin Cotton in the news!

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Our iSWAB-ID collaborator at Boston University, Dr. Robin Cotton, is a recognized expert in the forensics world who has worked... Read More →

Recently Published Articles & Cohort Studies
– The EMPHASIS study
– Intergrowth 21st
– Detection of Oxidative Stress in Buccal Cells using iSWAB Tubes
– Trauma-induced exacerbation of epithelial-stromal TGFBI lattice corneal dystrophy
– De novo variants in GREB1L are associated with non-syndromic inner ear malformations and deafness

Upcoming Meetings

Medical Oasis will be exclusively displaying Mawi DNA Technologies’ sample collection products for forensic applications, please stop by booth #2 for more information.
Mawi DNA Technologies will be at the Molecular Med Tri-Con in San Francisco at the MagBio Genomics booth, #225 

 

 

 

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