Urine Collection and Preservation Devices

Cat. 18116, 18118, 18120, 18122, 18111, 18113, 18124, 18126, 18129
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Urine Collection and Preservation Devices

Cat. 18116, 18118, 18120, 18122, 18111, 18113, 18124, 18126, 18129

For rapid and simple collection, and preservation of urine samples

  • RNA/microRNA/DNA/Proteins are preserved for more than 2 years at room temperature in Norgen's Urine Preservative
  • Compatible with most DNA, Total RNA, microRNA and protein isolation methods
  • Preservative is available in a single dose liquid format (ampule)
  • Preservative is also available in a dried format in tubes - Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes
  • Urine Collection and Preservation Devices are available in 4 convenient sizes: 5 cc tubes, 15 cc tubes, 50 cc tubes, and 120 cc cups

#TogetherWithNorgen

  • For every purchase of Urine kits during November, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to charity by Norgen.
  • Take a selfie wearing a Norgen moustache and share it using the hashtag #TogetherWithNorgen, and we will donate $10 in your name to charity.
  • Learn More by clicking here.

For research use only and NOT intended for in vitro diagnostics.

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Urine Collection and Preservation Tube 5 cc
(Cat. 18116)
1 tube
Urine Collection and Preservation Tube 5 cc (50 Units)
(Cat. 18118)
50 tubes
Urine Collection and Preservation Tube 15 cc
(Cat. 18120)
1 tube
Urine Collection and Preservation Tube 15 cc (50 Units)
(Cat. 18122)
50 tubes
Urine Collection and Preservation Tube 50 cc
(Cat. 18111)
1 tube
Urine Collection and Preservation Tube 50 cc (50 Units)
(Cat. 18113)
50 tubes
Urine Preservative Single Dose
(Cat. 18124)
1 ampule
Urine Preservative Single Dose (50 Units)
(Cat. 18126)
50 ampules
Urine Collection and Preservation Cup 120 cc
(Cat. 18129)
1 Cup

Kit Format
Norgen Biotek offers kits in different standardized formats. You can view and compare kit components in the Components Table in the Product Overview section. For more information on format types, please visit our Format Information page.

Kit Size

  • RNA/microRNA/DNA/Proteins are preserved for more than 2 years at room temperature in Norgen's Urine Preservative
  • Compatible with most DNA, Total RNA, microRNA and protein isolation methods
  • Preservative is available in a single dose liquid format (ampule)
  • Preservative is also available in a dried format in tubes - Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes
  • Urine Collection and Preservation Devices are available in 4 convenient sizes: 5 cc tubes, 15 cc tubes, 50 cc tubes, and 120 cc cups

#TogetherWithNorgen

  • For every purchase of Urine kits during November, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to charity by Norgen.
  • Take a selfie wearing a Norgen moustache and share it using the hashtag #TogetherWithNorgen, and we will donate $10 in your name to charity.
  • Learn More by clicking here.

Urine Collection and Preservation Devices

Norgen's Urine Preservative is designed for the rapid preservation of DNA, RNA, microRNA and proteins from fresh urine samples. The Urine 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 Urine 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 Urine Preservative allow samples to be stored for over 2 years at room temperature with no detected degradation of urine DNA, RNA or proteins.

Norgen's Urine Preservative is available in 2 convenient formats:

1.  Urine Preservative Single Dose Ampules
With this product Norgen's Urine Preservative is supplied in a liquid format in single dose ampules. The user simply collects 5 - 50 mL of urine into a urine collection container and adds the contents of the Urine Preservative Single Dose (Cat# 18124). The urine and preservative are then mixed, and the urine nucleic acids and proteins are preserved at room temperature.

2.  Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes
Norgen's Urine Preservative is also available in a dried format in Norgen’s Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes. The user simply collects urine into the tubes and mixes gently until the orange preservative pellet in the tube has dissolved. Norgen's Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes are available in 3 convenient sizes:

  • 5 cc tubes, 1 - 5 mL of urine
  • 15 cc tubes, 5 - 15 mL of urine
  • 50 cc tubes, 5 - 45 mL of urine
  • 120 cc cup, 100 - 120 mL of urine

Infographic

Urine Collection Infographic

Kit Specifications

You have selected: Cat. 18116

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (5 cc) - Urine inputs from 1 - 5 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18118

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (5 cc) - Urine inputs from 1 - 5 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18120

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (15 cc) - Urine inputs from 5 - 15 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18122

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (15 cc) - Urine inputs from 5 - 15 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18111

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (50 cc) -  Urine inputs from 5 - 45 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18113

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (50 cc) -  Urine inputs from 5 - 45 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18124

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Preservative Single Dose Ampule - Urine inputs from 5 - 50 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18126

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Preservative Single Dose Ampule - Urine inputs from 5 - 50 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18129

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Cups (120 cc) -  Urine inputs from 100 - 120 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes/cups should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

Supporting Data

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Component Cat. 18116 (1 tube) Cat. 18118 (50 tubes) Cat. 18120 (1 tube) Cat. 18122 (50 tubes) Cat. 18111 (1 tube) Cat. 18113 (50 tubes) Cat. 18124 (1 tube) Cat. 18126 (50 tubes) Cat. 18129 (1 cup)
Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (5 cc) 1 50 - - - - - - -
Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (15 cc) - - 1 50 - - - - -
Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (50 cc) - - - - 1 50 - - -
Urine Preservative Single Dose - - - - - - 1 50 -
Urine Collection and Preservation Cup (120 cc) - - - - - - - - 1
ID Labels 1 50 - - - - 1 50 -
Product Insert 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Preservaton Tubes (18111, 18113, 18116, 18118, 18120, 18122, 18124, 18126)

Title Highly Sensitive and Specific Detection of Bladder Cancer via Targeted Ultra-deep Sequencing of Urinary DNA
Journal European Urology Oncology 2022.
Authors Douglas G. Ward, Laura Baxter, Sascha Ott, Naheema S.Gordon, Junhui Wang, Prashant Patel, Kim Piechocki, Lee Silcock, Chris Sale
Title Automated DNA, RNA, and Protein Extraction from Urine for Biobanking
Journal JBT 2022.
Authors Pascale Maillé, Caroline Barau, Nanor Sirab, Bijan Ghaleh, and Yves Allory
Title A Cost, Time, and Demographic Analysis of Participant Recruitment and Urine Sample Collection Through Social Media Optimization
Journal The Journal of Urology 2022.
Authors Prasun Sharma, Laura E. Lamb, Sarah N. Bartolone, Elijah P. Ward, Joseph J. Janicki, Kenneth M. Peters, Nitya Abraham, Melissa Laudano, Christopher P. Smith, Bernadette Zwaans, and Michael B. Chancellor
Title Clinical features of chronic kidney disease in dogs with the serological presence of Leptospira spp, Ehrlichia canis and Anaplasma phagocytophilum
Journal Research Square. 2022.
Authors Claire A. Vázquez-Manzanilla, María F. Cárdenas-Marrufo, Eduardo Gutiérrez-Blanco, Matilde Jiménez-Coello, Nelly R. Pech-Sosa, Antonio Ortega-Pacheco
Title Clinical Significance of Rab27a as a Urinary Biomarker in Patients With Bladder Cancer
Journal KJUO. 2022.
Authors Ja Yoon Ku, Eu Chang Hwang, Chan Ho Lee, Kyung Hwan Kim, Dong Deuk Kwon, Hong Koo Ha
Title Highly Sensitive and Specific Detection of Bladder Cancer via Targeted Ultra-deep Sequencing of Urinary DNA
Journal European Urology Oncology. 2022.
Authors D.G. Ward, L. Baxter, S. Ott et al.,
Title Molecular profiles and urinary biomarkers of upper tract urothelial carcinomas associated with aristolochic acid exposure
Journal International Journal of Cancer 2021.
Authors Sandra Karanović, Maude Ardin, Zuojian Tang, Karla Tomić, Stephanie Villar, Claire Renard, Elisa Venturini, Adam H. Lorch, Daniel S. Lee, Želimir Stipančić, Neda Slade, Ivana Vuković Brinar, Damir Dittrich, Krešimir Karlović, Fran Borovečki, Kathleen G. Dickman, Magali Olivier, Arthur P. Grollman, Bojan Jelaković, Jiri Zavadil
Title Investigating the association between the urinary microbiome and bladder cancer: An exploratory study.
Journal Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations. Volume 39, Issue 6, 2021.
Authors Hussein A, Elsayed A, Durrani M, et al.
Title Methodology for the at-home collection of urine samples for prostate cancer detection
Journal Biotechniques 68:65-71. 2020.
Authors Martyn Webb , Kate Manley, Mireia Olivan, Ingrid Guldvik, Malgorzata Palczynska, Rachel Hurst, Shea P Connell, Ian G Mills, Daniel S Brewer, Robert Mills, Colin S Cooper & Jeremy Clark
Title Integrated RNA and metabolite profiling of urine liquid biopsies for prostate cancer biomarker discovery.
Journal Scientific Reports. Volume 10, Article: 3716. 2020.
Authors Lee, B., Mahmud, I., Marchica, J. et al.
Title Ascites-Derived Extracellular microRNAs as Potential Biomarkers for Ovarian Cancer
Journal Reproductive Sciences. 2019.
Authors Záveský, L., Jandáková, E., Weinberger, V. et al.
Title Next Generation Sequencing of urine exfoliated cells: an approach of prostate cancer microRNAs research.
Journal Scientific Reports. Volume 8, Article: 7111. 2018.
Authors Guelfi, G., Cochetti, G., Stefanetti, V. et al.
Title Cell-Free Urinary MicroRNAs Expression in Small-Scale Experiments
Journal MicroRNA Detection and Target Identification. 2017
Authors Ludek Zavesky, Eva Jandakova, Radovan Turyna, Daniela Duskova, Lucie Langmeierova, Vit Weinberger, Lubos Minar, Ales Horinek, Milada Kohoutova
Title Emerging Utility of Urinary Cell-free Nucleic Acid Biomarkers for Prostate, Bladder, and Renal Cancers
Journal European Urology Focus. 2017
Authors Selena Y. Lin, Jennifer A. Linehan, Timothy G. Wilson, Dave S.B. Hoon
Title A prospective multicenter study on bladder cancer: the COBLAnCE cohort
Journal BMC Cancer. 2016.
Authors Benhamou S, Bonastre J, Groussard K, Radvanyi F, Allory Y, Lebret T
Title Supernatant versus exosomal urinary microRNAs. Two fractions with different outcomes in gynaecological cancers.
Journal Neoplasma. 2015.
Authors Zavesky L, Jandakova E, Turyna R, Langmeierova L, Weinberger V, Minar L
Title Effects of hexanic extract of serenoa repens (permixon® 160 mg) on inflammation biomarkers in the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms related to benign prostatic hyperplasia
Journal The Prostate. 2015.
Authors Alain Latil, Marie-Thérèse Pétrissans, Jérôme Rouquet, Grégoire Robert and Alexandre de la Taille
Title Evaluation of Cell-Free Urine microRNAs Expression for the Use in Diagnosis of Ovarian and Endometrial Cancers. A Pilot Study
Journal Pathology & Oncology Research. 2015.
Authors Luděk Záveský, Eva Jandáková, Radovan Turyna, Lucie Langmeierová, Vít Weinberger, Lenka Záveská Drábková, Martina Hůlková, Aleš Hořínek, Daniela Dušková, Jaroslav Feyereisl, Luboš Minář, Milada Kohoutová
Title Potential Urinary miRNA Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad
Title Potential Urinary Protein Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad

Preservaton Cup (18129)

Title Using social media to crowdsource collection of urine samples during a national pandemic
Journal International Urology and Nephrology. 2022
Authors Elijah P. Ward, Sarah N. Bartolone, Prasun Sharma, Michael B. Chancellor & Laura E. Lamb
Title Cell-Free Urinary MicroRNAs Expression in Small-Scale Experiments
Journal MicroRNA Detection and Target Identification. 2017
Authors Ludek Zavesky, Eva Jandakova, Radovan Turyna, Daniela Duskova, Lucie Langmeierova, Vit Weinberger, Lubos Minar, Ales Horinek, Milada Kohoutova
Title Emerging Utility of Urinary Cell-free Nucleic Acid Biomarkers for Prostate, Bladder, and Renal Cancers
Journal European Urology Focus. 2017
Authors Selena Y. Lin, Jennifer A. Linehan, Timothy G. Wilson, Dave S.B. Hoon
Title A prospective multicenter study on bladder cancer: the COBLAnCE cohort
Journal BMC Cancer. 2016.
Authors Benhamou S, Bonastre J, Groussard K, Radvanyi F, Allory Y, Lebret T
Title Supernatant versus exosomal urinary microRNAs. Two fractions with different outcomes in gynaecological cancers.
Journal Neoplasma. 2015.
Authors Zavesky L, Jandakova E, Turyna R, Langmeierova L, Weinberger V, Minar L
Title Effects of hexanic extract of serenoa repens (permixon® 160 mg) on inflammation biomarkers in the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms related to benign prostatic hyperplasia
Journal The Prostate. 2015.
Authors Alain Latil, Marie-Thérèse Pétrissans, Jérôme Rouquet, Grégoire Robert and Alexandre de la Taille
Title Evaluation of Cell-Free Urine microRNAs Expression for the Use in Diagnosis of Ovarian and Endometrial Cancers. A Pilot Study
Journal Pathology & Oncology Research. 2015.
Authors Luděk Záveský, Eva Jandáková, Radovan Turyna, Lucie Langmeierová, Vít Weinberger, Lenka Záveská Drábková, Martina Hůlková, Aleš Hořínek, Daniela Dušková, Jaroslav Feyereisl, Luboš Minář, Milada Kohoutová
Title Potential Urinary miRNA Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad
Title Potential Urinary Protein Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad

Urine Collection and Preservation Devices

Norgen's Urine Preservative is designed for the rapid preservation of DNA, RNA, microRNA and proteins from fresh urine samples. The Urine 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 Urine 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 Urine Preservative allow samples to be stored for over 2 years at room temperature with no detected degradation of urine DNA, RNA or proteins.

Norgen's Urine Preservative is available in 2 convenient formats:

1.  Urine Preservative Single Dose Ampules
With this product Norgen's Urine Preservative is supplied in a liquid format in single dose ampules. The user simply collects 5 - 50 mL of urine into a urine collection container and adds the contents of the Urine Preservative Single Dose (Cat# 18124). The urine and preservative are then mixed, and the urine nucleic acids and proteins are preserved at room temperature.

2.  Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes
Norgen's Urine Preservative is also available in a dried format in Norgen’s Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes. The user simply collects urine into the tubes and mixes gently until the orange preservative pellet in the tube has dissolved. Norgen's Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes are available in 3 convenient sizes:

  • 5 cc tubes, 1 - 5 mL of urine
  • 15 cc tubes, 5 - 15 mL of urine
  • 50 cc tubes, 5 - 45 mL of urine
  • 120 cc cup, 100 - 120 mL of urine

Infographic

Urine Collection Infographic

Supporting Data

Click for expanded view

Kit Specifications

You have selected: Cat. 18116

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (5 cc) - Urine inputs from 1 - 5 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18118

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (5 cc) - Urine inputs from 1 - 5 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18120

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (15 cc) - Urine inputs from 5 - 15 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18122

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (15 cc) - Urine inputs from 5 - 15 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18111

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (50 cc) -  Urine inputs from 5 - 45 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18113

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (50 cc) -  Urine inputs from 5 - 45 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18124

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Preservative Single Dose Ampule - Urine inputs from 5 - 50 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18126

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Preservative Single Dose Ampule - Urine inputs from 5 - 50 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

You have selected: Cat. 18129

Select Urine Tested with the Norgen Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes

Human
Mouse
Lynx
Wolf
Urine collected from snow

Available Sizes and Formats 

  1. Urine Collection and Preservation Cups (120 cc) -  Urine inputs from 100 - 120 mL

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All tubes/cups should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15 – 25°C) for up to 1 year without any reduction in performance.

Component Cat. 18116 (1 tube) Cat. 18118 (50 tubes) Cat. 18120 (1 tube) Cat. 18122 (50 tubes) Cat. 18111 (1 tube) Cat. 18113 (50 tubes) Cat. 18124 (1 tube) Cat. 18126 (50 tubes) Cat. 18129 (1 cup)
Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (5 cc) 1 50 - - - - - - -
Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (15 cc) - - 1 50 - - - - -
Urine Collection and Preservation Tubes (50 cc) - - - - 1 50 - - -
Urine Preservative Single Dose - - - - - - 1 50 -
Urine Collection and Preservation Cup (120 cc) - - - - - - - - 1
ID Labels 1 50 - - - - 1 50 -
Product Insert 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Preservaton Tubes (18111, 18113, 18116, 18118, 18120, 18122, 18124, 18126)

Title Highly Sensitive and Specific Detection of Bladder Cancer via Targeted Ultra-deep Sequencing of Urinary DNA
Journal European Urology Oncology 2022.
Authors Douglas G. Ward, Laura Baxter, Sascha Ott, Naheema S.Gordon, Junhui Wang, Prashant Patel, Kim Piechocki, Lee Silcock, Chris Sale
Title Automated DNA, RNA, and Protein Extraction from Urine for Biobanking
Journal JBT 2022.
Authors Pascale Maillé, Caroline Barau, Nanor Sirab, Bijan Ghaleh, and Yves Allory
Title A Cost, Time, and Demographic Analysis of Participant Recruitment and Urine Sample Collection Through Social Media Optimization
Journal The Journal of Urology 2022.
Authors Prasun Sharma, Laura E. Lamb, Sarah N. Bartolone, Elijah P. Ward, Joseph J. Janicki, Kenneth M. Peters, Nitya Abraham, Melissa Laudano, Christopher P. Smith, Bernadette Zwaans, and Michael B. Chancellor
Title Clinical features of chronic kidney disease in dogs with the serological presence of Leptospira spp, Ehrlichia canis and Anaplasma phagocytophilum
Journal Research Square. 2022.
Authors Claire A. Vázquez-Manzanilla, María F. Cárdenas-Marrufo, Eduardo Gutiérrez-Blanco, Matilde Jiménez-Coello, Nelly R. Pech-Sosa, Antonio Ortega-Pacheco
Title Clinical Significance of Rab27a as a Urinary Biomarker in Patients With Bladder Cancer
Journal KJUO. 2022.
Authors Ja Yoon Ku, Eu Chang Hwang, Chan Ho Lee, Kyung Hwan Kim, Dong Deuk Kwon, Hong Koo Ha
Title Highly Sensitive and Specific Detection of Bladder Cancer via Targeted Ultra-deep Sequencing of Urinary DNA
Journal European Urology Oncology. 2022.
Authors D.G. Ward, L. Baxter, S. Ott et al.,
Title Molecular profiles and urinary biomarkers of upper tract urothelial carcinomas associated with aristolochic acid exposure
Journal International Journal of Cancer 2021.
Authors Sandra Karanović, Maude Ardin, Zuojian Tang, Karla Tomić, Stephanie Villar, Claire Renard, Elisa Venturini, Adam H. Lorch, Daniel S. Lee, Želimir Stipančić, Neda Slade, Ivana Vuković Brinar, Damir Dittrich, Krešimir Karlović, Fran Borovečki, Kathleen G. Dickman, Magali Olivier, Arthur P. Grollman, Bojan Jelaković, Jiri Zavadil
Title Investigating the association between the urinary microbiome and bladder cancer: An exploratory study.
Journal Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations. Volume 39, Issue 6, 2021.
Authors Hussein A, Elsayed A, Durrani M, et al.
Title Methodology for the at-home collection of urine samples for prostate cancer detection
Journal Biotechniques 68:65-71. 2020.
Authors Martyn Webb , Kate Manley, Mireia Olivan, Ingrid Guldvik, Malgorzata Palczynska, Rachel Hurst, Shea P Connell, Ian G Mills, Daniel S Brewer, Robert Mills, Colin S Cooper & Jeremy Clark
Title Integrated RNA and metabolite profiling of urine liquid biopsies for prostate cancer biomarker discovery.
Journal Scientific Reports. Volume 10, Article: 3716. 2020.
Authors Lee, B., Mahmud, I., Marchica, J. et al.
Title Ascites-Derived Extracellular microRNAs as Potential Biomarkers for Ovarian Cancer
Journal Reproductive Sciences. 2019.
Authors Záveský, L., Jandáková, E., Weinberger, V. et al.
Title Next Generation Sequencing of urine exfoliated cells: an approach of prostate cancer microRNAs research.
Journal Scientific Reports. Volume 8, Article: 7111. 2018.
Authors Guelfi, G., Cochetti, G., Stefanetti, V. et al.
Title Cell-Free Urinary MicroRNAs Expression in Small-Scale Experiments
Journal MicroRNA Detection and Target Identification. 2017
Authors Ludek Zavesky, Eva Jandakova, Radovan Turyna, Daniela Duskova, Lucie Langmeierova, Vit Weinberger, Lubos Minar, Ales Horinek, Milada Kohoutova
Title Emerging Utility of Urinary Cell-free Nucleic Acid Biomarkers for Prostate, Bladder, and Renal Cancers
Journal European Urology Focus. 2017
Authors Selena Y. Lin, Jennifer A. Linehan, Timothy G. Wilson, Dave S.B. Hoon
Title A prospective multicenter study on bladder cancer: the COBLAnCE cohort
Journal BMC Cancer. 2016.
Authors Benhamou S, Bonastre J, Groussard K, Radvanyi F, Allory Y, Lebret T
Title Supernatant versus exosomal urinary microRNAs. Two fractions with different outcomes in gynaecological cancers.
Journal Neoplasma. 2015.
Authors Zavesky L, Jandakova E, Turyna R, Langmeierova L, Weinberger V, Minar L
Title Effects of hexanic extract of serenoa repens (permixon® 160 mg) on inflammation biomarkers in the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms related to benign prostatic hyperplasia
Journal The Prostate. 2015.
Authors Alain Latil, Marie-Thérèse Pétrissans, Jérôme Rouquet, Grégoire Robert and Alexandre de la Taille
Title Evaluation of Cell-Free Urine microRNAs Expression for the Use in Diagnosis of Ovarian and Endometrial Cancers. A Pilot Study
Journal Pathology & Oncology Research. 2015.
Authors Luděk Záveský, Eva Jandáková, Radovan Turyna, Lucie Langmeierová, Vít Weinberger, Lenka Záveská Drábková, Martina Hůlková, Aleš Hořínek, Daniela Dušková, Jaroslav Feyereisl, Luboš Minář, Milada Kohoutová
Title Potential Urinary miRNA Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad
Title Potential Urinary Protein Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad

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Title Using social media to crowdsource collection of urine samples during a national pandemic
Journal International Urology and Nephrology. 2022
Authors Elijah P. Ward, Sarah N. Bartolone, Prasun Sharma, Michael B. Chancellor & Laura E. Lamb
Title Cell-Free Urinary MicroRNAs Expression in Small-Scale Experiments
Journal MicroRNA Detection and Target Identification. 2017
Authors Ludek Zavesky, Eva Jandakova, Radovan Turyna, Daniela Duskova, Lucie Langmeierova, Vit Weinberger, Lubos Minar, Ales Horinek, Milada Kohoutova
Title Emerging Utility of Urinary Cell-free Nucleic Acid Biomarkers for Prostate, Bladder, and Renal Cancers
Journal European Urology Focus. 2017
Authors Selena Y. Lin, Jennifer A. Linehan, Timothy G. Wilson, Dave S.B. Hoon
Title A prospective multicenter study on bladder cancer: the COBLAnCE cohort
Journal BMC Cancer. 2016.
Authors Benhamou S, Bonastre J, Groussard K, Radvanyi F, Allory Y, Lebret T
Title Supernatant versus exosomal urinary microRNAs. Two fractions with different outcomes in gynaecological cancers.
Journal Neoplasma. 2015.
Authors Zavesky L, Jandakova E, Turyna R, Langmeierova L, Weinberger V, Minar L
Title Effects of hexanic extract of serenoa repens (permixon® 160 mg) on inflammation biomarkers in the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms related to benign prostatic hyperplasia
Journal The Prostate. 2015.
Authors Alain Latil, Marie-Thérèse Pétrissans, Jérôme Rouquet, Grégoire Robert and Alexandre de la Taille
Title Evaluation of Cell-Free Urine microRNAs Expression for the Use in Diagnosis of Ovarian and Endometrial Cancers. A Pilot Study
Journal Pathology & Oncology Research. 2015.
Authors Luděk Záveský, Eva Jandáková, Radovan Turyna, Lucie Langmeierová, Vít Weinberger, Lenka Záveská Drábková, Martina Hůlková, Aleš Hořínek, Daniela Dušková, Jaroslav Feyereisl, Luboš Minář, Milada Kohoutová
Title Potential Urinary miRNA Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad
Title Potential Urinary Protein Biomarker Candidates for the Accurate Detection of Prostate Cancer among Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Patients
Journal Journal of Cancer. 2014.
Authors Taha A Haj-Ahmad, Moemen AK Abdalla, Yousef Haj-Ahmad