1Sample collection and transport 2Sample processing 3Nucleic acid extraction 4PCR setup 5PCR amplification 6Analysis and report

Clinical samples should be collected in accordance with the instructions of local regulations and guidelines before starting the PCR procedure.Different samples may have different collection requirements and collection tubes.

Be sure to follow the biological hazard management procedures (e.g., wear gloves, overalls, and safety glasses) when handling samples especially infectious diseases patient samples.

Sample types include nasopharyngeal swab, pharyngeal swab, nasal swab, cervical swab, urethral swab or other swabs, serum, plasma, urine, whole blood, virus culture fluid, cerebrospinal fluid, fecal supernatant, bacterial culture medium and so on.

More sample types can be detected with upcoming extraction kits.

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