Transit Tubes TF (TF-Transit Tubes for Bovine PCR Testing)

TF-Transit Tubes for Bovine PCR Testing

Biomed Diagnostics Inc. is pleased to announce the introduction of the TF-Transit tube. The TF-Transit tube is a premium sample collection & transport system specifically designed for bovine ‘Trich’ PCR testing (i.e., trichomoniasis, T. foetus infection). The TF-Transit is a field-oriented sample collection device that retains the Gold Standard InPouch™ TF liquid medium, but in a test tube for ease of collection, transport and DNA extraction - for PCR-only TF testing. 

*The TF-Transit tube is not a diagnostic test.*

While the TF-Transit is the newest addition to the Biomed Diagnostics product line, it retains the same proven, reliable and universally accepted liquid formula from the InPouch™ TF—The industry standard diagnostic test for bovine ‘trich’ testing for the last 20 years . This same proprietary medium formulation was originally selected and validated by McMillen & Lew, whose work ultimately gave rise to the now-standard RT-PCR methods for bovine TF detection(McMillen & Lew. Vet Parisitol. 2006. 141:204). When you are submitting samples to your regional lab for PCR-only testing, use the TF-Transit for the utmost in safety and quality for your bovine TF samples.

 

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Detects Bovine preputial samples for Tritrichomonas foetus PCR
storage Room Temperature (18-25°C)
incubation 37°C

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⚠ WARNING: These products can expose you to chemicals including Iron Dextran, Chloramphenicol and Neomycin which are known to the State of California to cause cancer.  For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.

TF-Transit Tubes for Bovine PCR Testing research reports:

Tritrichomonas foetus online resources:

TF-Transit Tubes for Bovine PCR Testingmore images and videos:

          *Please note that the above links do not imply an endorsement from the author,
              Robert H. BonDurant, Professor/Veterinarian and Department Chair or UC Davis.