Uses and benefits of DBC

 | Post date: 2017/01/7 | 

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DBC

Description:
Kawsar DNA Banking Card (Kawsar DBC®) is for collecting, transferring and storing of blood samples. Kawsar DBC® is a reliable and convenient filter based card for safe storing or transporting blood or other cells. Results from ongoing studies continue to show that the blood samples applied to Kawsar DBC® remain stable for years at room temperature without any reduction in its function.

Features and Benefits:

Fast and easy collection

Blood samples are immediately stabilized and DNA is entrapped within the Kawsar DBC® matrix when applied to the card, making field collection convenient

Long-term stability of blood samples

Samples can be stored at room temperature, eliminating the need for costly refrigeration

Safe archiving and shipping

Samples are stored in a small space (hundreds of samples in one picture type album) and can be easily shipped by regular or express mail with easy and comfort without any infection.i

Extraction blood samples from Kawsar DBC®:
With the use of Kawsar Micro-Punch® (another product from Kawsar Biotech Co.) one can extract desirable discs for blood analysis this tool can extract discs that have 1.0 or 2.0 mm diameter.i

Rapid purification of DNA:


DNA from discs is easily extracted using Kawsar DNA Extraction Buffer®which is available from Kawsar Biotech Co. Therefore there is no for purchasing expensive kits or devices. All the extraction process is done in a PCR micro tube and purified DNA is ready for PCR or other molecular analysis .i


User safety:
Kawsar DBC® contains chemicals that lyse the blood cells, denature proteins and protect nucleic acids from nucleases, oxidation and UV damage. These Cards rapidly inactivate organisms, including blood-born Pathogens, and prevent the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms. Try Kawsar DBC®, and you'll soon find it as an indispensable part of your DNA toolbox.i

Applications

PCR


● DNA based diagnostics


● Dniagnostic and clinical applications including SNP, STR, VNTR, HLA typig and etc.


● Genetic identification


●Genomics study 


● Determining parentage issues: Personal Paternity, Maternity, Sibling and Grandparent age


● Establishing Genealogy of family


●Determine inheritance issues 


● Identify inherited genetic disorders, including but not limited to Down Syndrome X- Hemophilia diseases - phenylketonuria (PKU)


● Thalassemia - Duchene Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) and etc.