HAYWARD, CA – January 13, 2020 – Mawi DNA Technologies, a biotechnology company focusing on the development of innovative technologies for biosampling, announces a collaboration with CosmosID to help advance understanding of microbiome complexity in different biological samples and environments. “Our fellow microbiome researchers have been looking for a more… read more →
A recent New York Times article reported that Chris Long (a bone marrow transplant recipient) learned that “Swabs of his lips and cheeks contained his DNA — but also that of his donor.” This is the exact reason that Mawi DNA Technologies has always chosen to focus on buccal cells,… read more →
In the video above, Dr. El-Fahmawi shares a personal experience of his child having serious ailments as a baby. She was severely ill and doctors had a difficult time diagnosing the issue. Going through the traumatic experience resulted in the creation of the company, Mawi DNA. Dr. El-Fahmawi saw that there was a need for:… read more →
We have been advocating that the diversity in genomics research is an issue since Mawi DNA’s inception in 2014. Interestingly, in late 2018 and now 2019 several publications came out to describe this issue in greater details. Unfortunately, such gap of genetic data hinders progress in understanding the global picture… read more →
Click here for the link to the full article. Supporting Data: RNA-Extraction-from-iSWAB-RNA-v2-with-HighPrep
Almost everyone has provided a blood sample at a certain point of life, but ever wondered why so many tubes? How Blood Samples Are Taken Using current analytical technologies, several health indicators/analytes can only be obtained from blood and therefore giving a blood sample is inevitable. The collected blood sample… read more →
Mawi DNA Technologies: ASHG 2019 Mawi DNA Technologies will be exhibiting at ASHG 2019 held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas October 15-19, 2019 — we invite you to stop by our booth #212.
Oxidative stress is an imbalance between reactive species and antioxidants production, leading to protein, DNA and lipid damage. The aim of this study was to evaluate the oxidative stress levels in buccal cells of ten non-shisha and heavy shisha smokers using MAWI iSWAB protein tubes. Article PDF: waterpipe-smoke-effect-on-oxidative-stress-levels-in-buccal-cells-using-mawi-iswab-tubes
Have you ever wondered why isolating quality DNA from Spit/Saliva is inconsistent, especially when it comes to DNA sequencing? Spit/Saliva is a complex biological matrix with a mixture of different DNA sources that vary in percentage from one individual to another White blood cells Buccal cells Lysed cells… read more →
Here are the differences between Non-Invasive vs Invasive Biosampling.