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Trovagene NextCollect Kit

Trovagene has announced that its NextCollect urine collection and DNA preservation kit is now available, for research use only, to clinical research laboratories and pharmaceutical customers. The kit is a high-volume urine specimen collection and stabilization tool, and is available for both existing contracted clients and to new customers through an online web portal, the company said. 

Additionally, Trovagene said that it plans to make DNA Isolation Buffer Kits that complement NextCollect available in early 2018, using methods developed as part of the firm's Trovera ctDNA tests.

The Scan

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