Archive for Month: August 2010
NFSTC tests mini-vacuum for collection of DNA
The most common method of collecting DNA is swabbing. It’s effective, affordable, and has been used for decades. But is there a better method than the tried-and-true swab technique to collect biological evidence? To determine if the BioTx Innovac® II, a small, lightweight vacuum device, was more efficient at collecting DNA from a variety of surfaces, NFSTC conducted a thorough evaluation. Visit the Technology Evaluation page to download the complete report.