Collect – Stabilize – Concentrate – Transport –  Store:  All in a Single Tube

Mawi DNA Technologies has overcome the problems of low recovery, high bacterial content, sheared DNA, and excessive resampling costs common to most current non-invasive sample collection methods.  The innovative design of the iSWAB™ collection device allows the release of cells captured from any swab into a proprietary lysis and stabilizing buffer. iSWAB-DNA Datasheet

Improved Oral Sampling

  • Self or assisted collection
  • Suitable for all age groups as well as animals
  • Reduces the need for resampling
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Superior Performance

  • 10-30µg DNA yield
  • <1% bacterial DNA contamination
  • Double-stranded, long-fragmented DNA
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Research Applications

  • Genetic Analysis
  • Epigenetics Research
  • Forensics
  • Animal Speciation
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Latest News


Coming Soon: iSWAB for Microbiome Studies

Mawi DNA Technologies extends its iSWAB technology into microbiome research. Our upcoming new product iSWAB-Microbiome (MB) is a non-lytic system that... Read More →

Mawi DNA Technologies interviewed for eHealth radio network

Recently, Mawi DNA Technologies was interviewed by Eric Michaels of the eHealth Radio Networks to discuss our iSWAB biosampling technologies.... Read More →

Omega Bio-tek Develops Automated DNA Purification for Mawi iSWAB-DNA

HAYWARD, CA – June 1, 2016 – Mawi DNA Technologies, a biotechnology company focusing on the development of innovative technologies... Read More →

University of Alabama utilizes Mawi’s iSWAB-Protein buccal cell collection device for the detection of the mitochondrial protein Frataxin

Dr. Jill Butler from Dr. Marek Napierala’s lab at the University of Alabama Stem Cell Institute used our iSWAB-Protein non-invasive... Read More →

Upcoming Meetings

Come visit us at AAFS in Las Vegas, NV:
Booth# 621 
Come visit us at ACMG in Tampa, FL:  http://www/
Booth# 414
Come visit us at ArabLab in Dubai:
Come visit us at SSMG in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:
Time: 11:00-12:00.  Lecture:  Non-Invasive Second Generation Bio-Sampling Technology. Lecturer:  Karam G. Karam.
Come visit us at ICHG in Kyoto, Japan:
Come visit us at ESHG in Barcelona, Spain:
Booth# 650


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