Saliva Collection is not a Universal Sample Collection Tool: 20% – 46% of the Population Suffers from Dry Mouth Not everybody can produce enough saliva: Collecting 1-2 mL of Saliva within 30 minutes (as required by most saliva collection kits) can be very challenging for a significant portion of the… read more →
Here’s an review article about TGFBI corneal dystrophy that was written by Connie Chao-Shern, Lawrence A. DeDionisio, Jun-Heok Jang, Clara C. Chan, Vance Thompson, Kathleen Christie, M. Andrew Nesbit & C. B. Tara McMullen. In this paper they mention using the Mawi DNA iSWAB collection kit.
Here’s a paper about detection of Oxidative Stress in Buccal Cells using iSWAB Tubes that was written by the Canadian Ophthalmological Society. In this paper they mention using an iSWAB collection kit.
Here’s a study protocol about deep clinical and biological phenotyping of the preterm birth and small for gestational age syndromes that was written by Stephen H. Kennedy, Cesar G. Victora, Rachel Craik, Stephen Ash, Fernando C. Barros, Hellen C. Barsosio, James A. Berkley, Maria Carvalho, Michelle Fernandes, Leila Cheikh Ismail1,… read more →
Mawi DNA Technologies is pleased to announce the release of the new iSWAB-Cells Collection System and Cell Stabilization Buffer! Link to the Press Release: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180924005306/en/Mawi-DNA-Technologies-Launches-iSWAB-Ce…
The European Patent Office (EPO) issued a Decision to Grant Mawi DNA Technologies their patent for the EU with regards to iSWAB-Sample collection technology. The patent issued on August 29,… read more →
If you are attending AACC, Associate Professor Chamindie Punyadeera | Head, Saliva Translational Research Group, Queensland University of Technology, will be presenting on Wednesday, 1st August, at the session held between 2:30… read more →
iSWAB-DNA: Whole-Exome Sequencing Approved! Take a closer look into further details about this news in the article here. Whole Exome Sequencing
A paper using Mawi technology was recently published in the Journal of Molecular Biomarkers and Diagnosis: Detection of Oxidative Stress in Buccal Cells using iSWAB Tubes
Our iSWAB-ID collaborator at Boston University, Dr. Robin Cotton, is a recognized expert in the forensics world who has worked on some very high-profile cases. We are honored to have her…