PerkinElmer 226 Sample collection device

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PerkinElmer 226 Sample Collection Device

The PerkinElmer 226 Sample Collection Device offers a minimally invasive
technique providing many advantages over venipuncture.

PerkinElmer 226 is a 100% pure cotton linter filter paper validated for even and uniform sample distribution. This feature delivers reliable and homogenous analytical results from across the dried sample area. Being chemical free adds a level of safety and testing purity. Desiccation is not required before and/or after your sample has been applied in most situations. Simply apply your sample, allow it to dry completely, and then you are ready to ship or analyze. PerkinElmer can custom-print and convert the Grade 226 Paper into a device form at that meets your specialized requirements. Our capabilities also include printing barcodes and serialized numbers onto your devices to make them unique and traceable.

Our Capabilities

  • Custom manufacturing and printing
  • Bar-coding & serialization for traceability
  • Kit assembly

226 Sample collection device

THE FUTURE OF BIOLOGICAL SAMPLE COLLECTION AND MANAGEMENT

Reduces discomfort and inconvenience for the donor
Collection is simple eliminating the need for a phlebotomist
Provides an efficient method of storage and transportation
100% cotton linter fiber filter paper designed to hold bio-samples
Protects sample integrity during transport
Homogenous media for reproducible and reliable results
Product may not be available in all countries. Please check availability with your local PerkinElmer representative.
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