Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes

Cat. 45630, 45660
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Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes

Cat. 45630, 45660

A rapid and simple method for the collection, preservation and room temperature shipping of stool samples.

  • The preservative provides sample homogeneity eliminating sample variability
  • Preserve and transport DNA & RNA safely at ambient temperature
  • No cold shipping/storage needed - hassle-free and cost effective
  • Isolate nucleic acids for any application including 16s NGS
  • Robust preservation over a range of temperatures
  • Customizable with various accessories for easy and safe collection
  • Eliminates odor and renders samples safe and non-infectious

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Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tube
(Cat. 45630)
1 tube
Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes
(Cat. 45660)
50 Tubes

Kit Size

  • The preservative provides sample homogeneity eliminating sample variability
  • Preserve and transport DNA & RNA safely at ambient temperature
  • No cold shipping/storage needed - hassle-free and cost effective
  • Isolate nucleic acids for any application including 16s NGS
  • Robust preservation over a range of temperatures
  • Customizable with various accessories for easy and safe collection
  • Eliminates odor and renders samples safe and non-infectious

Get a Sample

Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes

Norgen’s Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes are designed for the rapid preservation of nucleic acids from fresh stool specimens. The Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes contain Norgen’s Stool Preservative in a liquid format. The user simply collects stool into the tubes (fill up to the line indicated on the tube) and mixes gently until the stool is well submerged under the preservative. The Stool Preservative prevents the growth of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria and fungi, and also inactivates viruses allowing the resulting non-infectious samples to be handled and shipped safely. In addition, the Stool Preservative eliminates the need to immediately process or freeze samples and allows the samples to be shipped to centralized testing facilities at ambient temperatures. The components of the Stool Preservative allow samples to be stored at room temperature for over 2 years for DNA and 7 days for RNA. To extend the stool RNA stability in the preservative, storage at -20°C or -70°C is recommended at the arrival to testing facilities until the RNA purification.

 

 

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Kit Specifications

You have selected: Cat. 45630
Kit Specifications
Stool Input
2 g
Stability of Stool Nucleic Acids at Room Temperature
2 years for DNA
7 days for RNA*

* The RNA stability will vary depending on the samples

Storage Conditions and Product Stability

All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25 °C) for up to 2 years without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 45660
Kit Specifications
Stool Input
2 g
Stability of Stool Nucleic Acids at Room Temperature
2 years for DNA
7 days for RNA*

* The RNA stability will vary depending on the samples

Storage Conditions and Product Stability

All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25 °C) for up to 2 years without any reduction in performance.

Supporting Data

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Component Cat. 45660
Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes 50
Product Insert 1

Title Impact of probiotic supplementation on exercise endurance among non-elite athletes: study protocol for a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, clinical trial
Journal Trials. 2022.
Authors Caitlin E. McDermott, Heather K. Vincent, Anne E. Mathews, Brunella Gonzalez Cautela, Mariana Sandoval, Annie Tremblay & Bobbi Langkamp-Henken
Title Effects of Inulin-Based Prebiotics Alone or in Combination with Probiotics on Human Gut Microbiota and Markers of Immune System: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study in Healthy Subjects
Journal Microorganisms. 2022.
Authors Alessandra De Giani, Anna Sandionigi, Jessica Zampolli, Angela Michelotti, Francesco Tursi, Massimo Labra and Patrizia Di Gennaro
Title Effectiveness of Multistrain Probiotic Formulation on Common Infectious Disease Symptoms and Gut Microbiota Modulation in Flu-Vaccinated Healthy Elderly Subjects
Journal BioMed Research International. 2022.
Authors Anna Sandionigi, Alessandra De Giani, Francesco Tursi, Angela Michelotti, Enza Cestone, Silvana Giardina, Jessica Zampolli, and Patrizia Di Gennaro
Title Development of a rational framework for the therapeutic efficacy of fecal microbiota transplantation for calf diarrhea treatment
Journal Microbiome. 2022.
Authors Islam J, Tanimizu M, Shimizu Y, Goto Y, Ohtani N, Sugiyama K, Tatezaki E, Sato M, Makino E, Shimada T, Ueda C, Matsuo A, Suyama Y, Sakai Y, Furukawa M, Usami K, Yoneyama H, Aso H, Tanaka H, Nochi T
Title Human Stool Preservation Impacts Taxonomic Profiles in 16S Metagenomics Studies
Journal Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology. 2020.
Authors A. Plauzolles, E. Toumi, M. Bonnet, G. Pénaranda, G. Bidaut, L. Chiche, J. Allardet-Servent, F. Retornaz, B. Goutorbe, & P. Halfon
Title Air pollution exposure is associated with the gut microbiome as revealed by shotgun metagenomic sequencing
Journal Journal of Environmental Management. 2020.
Authors Farnaz Fouladi, Maximilian J. Bailey, William B. Patterson, Michael Sioda, Ivory C. Blakley, Anthony A. Fodor, Roshonda B. Jones, Zhanghua Chen, Jeniffer S. Kim, Frederick Lurmann, Cameron Martino, Rob Knight, Frank D. Gilliland, Tanya L. Alderete
Title Altered Fecal Small RNA Profiles in Colorectal Cancer Reflect Gut Microbiome Composition in Stool Samples
Journal ASM Journals. 2019.
Authors Sonia Tarallo, Giulio Ferrero, Gaetano Gallo, Antonio Francavilla, Giuseppe Clerico, Alberto Realis Luc, Paolo Manghi, Francesca Cordero
Title Bacteroidales markers for microbial source tracking in Southeast Asia
Journal Water Research. 2017.
Authors Jean Pierre Nshimyimana, Mercedes C. Cruz, R. Janelle Thompson, Stefan Wuertz

Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes

Norgen’s Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes are designed for the rapid preservation of nucleic acids from fresh stool specimens. The Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes contain Norgen’s Stool Preservative in a liquid format. The user simply collects stool into the tubes (fill up to the line indicated on the tube) and mixes gently until the stool is well submerged under the preservative. The Stool Preservative prevents the growth of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria and fungi, and also inactivates viruses allowing the resulting non-infectious samples to be handled and shipped safely. In addition, the Stool Preservative eliminates the need to immediately process or freeze samples and allows the samples to be shipped to centralized testing facilities at ambient temperatures. The components of the Stool Preservative allow samples to be stored at room temperature for over 2 years for DNA and 7 days for RNA. To extend the stool RNA stability in the preservative, storage at -20°C or -70°C is recommended at the arrival to testing facilities until the RNA purification.

 

 

Infographic

Supporting Data

Click for expanded view

Kit Specifications

You have selected: Cat. 45630
Kit Specifications
Stool Input
2 g
Stability of Stool Nucleic Acids at Room Temperature
2 years for DNA
7 days for RNA*

* The RNA stability will vary depending on the samples

Storage Conditions and Product Stability

All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25 °C) for up to 2 years without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 45660
Kit Specifications
Stool Input
2 g
Stability of Stool Nucleic Acids at Room Temperature
2 years for DNA
7 days for RNA*

* The RNA stability will vary depending on the samples

Storage Conditions and Product Stability

All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25 °C) for up to 2 years without any reduction in performance.

Component Cat. 45660
Stool Nucleic Acid Collection and Preservation Tubes 50
Product Insert 1

Title Impact of probiotic supplementation on exercise endurance among non-elite athletes: study protocol for a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, clinical trial
Journal Trials. 2022.
Authors Caitlin E. McDermott, Heather K. Vincent, Anne E. Mathews, Brunella Gonzalez Cautela, Mariana Sandoval, Annie Tremblay & Bobbi Langkamp-Henken
Title Effects of Inulin-Based Prebiotics Alone or in Combination with Probiotics on Human Gut Microbiota and Markers of Immune System: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study in Healthy Subjects
Journal Microorganisms. 2022.
Authors Alessandra De Giani, Anna Sandionigi, Jessica Zampolli, Angela Michelotti, Francesco Tursi, Massimo Labra and Patrizia Di Gennaro
Title Effectiveness of Multistrain Probiotic Formulation on Common Infectious Disease Symptoms and Gut Microbiota Modulation in Flu-Vaccinated Healthy Elderly Subjects
Journal BioMed Research International. 2022.
Authors Anna Sandionigi, Alessandra De Giani, Francesco Tursi, Angela Michelotti, Enza Cestone, Silvana Giardina, Jessica Zampolli, and Patrizia Di Gennaro
Title Development of a rational framework for the therapeutic efficacy of fecal microbiota transplantation for calf diarrhea treatment
Journal Microbiome. 2022.
Authors Islam J, Tanimizu M, Shimizu Y, Goto Y, Ohtani N, Sugiyama K, Tatezaki E, Sato M, Makino E, Shimada T, Ueda C, Matsuo A, Suyama Y, Sakai Y, Furukawa M, Usami K, Yoneyama H, Aso H, Tanaka H, Nochi T
Title Human Stool Preservation Impacts Taxonomic Profiles in 16S Metagenomics Studies
Journal Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology. 2020.
Authors A. Plauzolles, E. Toumi, M. Bonnet, G. Pénaranda, G. Bidaut, L. Chiche, J. Allardet-Servent, F. Retornaz, B. Goutorbe, & P. Halfon
Title Air pollution exposure is associated with the gut microbiome as revealed by shotgun metagenomic sequencing
Journal Journal of Environmental Management. 2020.
Authors Farnaz Fouladi, Maximilian J. Bailey, William B. Patterson, Michael Sioda, Ivory C. Blakley, Anthony A. Fodor, Roshonda B. Jones, Zhanghua Chen, Jeniffer S. Kim, Frederick Lurmann, Cameron Martino, Rob Knight, Frank D. Gilliland, Tanya L. Alderete
Title Altered Fecal Small RNA Profiles in Colorectal Cancer Reflect Gut Microbiome Composition in Stool Samples
Journal ASM Journals. 2019.
Authors Sonia Tarallo, Giulio Ferrero, Gaetano Gallo, Antonio Francavilla, Giuseppe Clerico, Alberto Realis Luc, Paolo Manghi, Francesca Cordero
Title Bacteroidales markers for microbial source tracking in Southeast Asia
Journal Water Research. 2017.
Authors Jean Pierre Nshimyimana, Mercedes C. Cruz, R. Janelle Thompson, Stefan Wuertz

 


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