VERSANT Sample Preparation 1.0 Reagents Kit

VERSANT Sample Preparation 1.0 Reagents Kit

A single kit for extracting either RNA or DNA from a wide variety of specimen types.

The VERSANT® Sample Preparation 1.0 Reagents Kit can help improve the quality of your extractions and increase your lab’s efficiency to better manage increasing test volumes. Your lab can decrease sample variability due to the quality of nucleic acids. High-quality nucleic acids result in improved performance of downstream molecular applications so that you can provide physicians with better, more reliable information for patient management.

 

  • Ready-to-use reagents with fast and easy setup reduces hands-on-time time.
  • Universal extraction technology supports expanding menu of molecular laboratories.
  • Enables extraction of both RNA and DNA from a variety of specimen types.
  • Helps to minimize your reagent inventory and improve laboratory efficiency.
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Features & Benefits

Siemens’ proprietary extraction technology uses magnetic particles coated with a nano layer of silica for the efficient isolation of high-quality nucleic acids. Homogeneous bead size and shape improves reproducibility, recovery, and quality of RNA and DNA extractions to enhance performance of downstream molecular applications.

  • Fast and easy setup reduces operator time.
  • Supports large menu of laboratory developed tests (LDTs) and other manufacturers’ assays.
  • Allows extraction of both RNA and DNA from a wide variety of specimen types.
  • Helps to minimize your reagent inventory and improve laboratory efficiency.


SP 1.0 Specimen Types Supported*

  • Serum and plasma
  • Urine
  • Vaginal, endocervical, and urethral swabs
  • Cerebral spinal fluid (CSF)
  • Semen
  • Nasal-pharyngeal swab
  • Buccal swab
  • Stool
  • Breast milk
  • Saliva/sputum
  • Cell culture
  • PBMC (bully coat)
  • Ascites
  • Amniotic fluid
  • Eye swab
  • Bronchial Alveoli Lavage (BAL)
  • ThinPep and SurePath collection media

 
*All specimen types can be consolidated in one batch run. See Instructions for Use as to any specific instructions or limitations.