IMPROVIRAL™ Viral Media With Flocked Swab
Comparison between VPM & NAT
VPM: Activated viral preservative medium
Widely used for the collection, preservation and transportation of nasopharyngeal pathogen specimens such as influenza, pneumonia, avian influenza, hand-foot-mouth disease, measles and other.
NAT: Inactivated viral preservative medium
Is a versatile molecular medium specially designed to stabilize and preserve microbial and human nucleic acids (RNA/DNA) for prolonged time periods.
Swabs available: Artificial fiber, Flocked Swab – Nasopharyngeal (Nasal), Flocked Swab Oropharyngeal (Oral)
2 sizes of tube available: 5ml (15x57mm) and 10ml (16*100mm)
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