GeneFix Saliva DNA/RNA Collection Kits

Easy to Use Saliva Collection Devices for Collecting, Stabilizing and Extracting DNA/RNA from Saliva Samples

The GeneFix Range of Saliva Collectors

The best quality products for the best results. Developed and continuously improved by our scientists to provide high yielding samples for a wide variety of applications.

GFX - DNA/RNA Saliva Collector

The GFX Collectors are designed for collecting and stabilizing saliva samples at room temperature to provide the best quality DNA and RNA samples.

MFX - Saliva Microbiome Collectors

The MFX collectors have been optimized to collect and stabilize oral microbiome in saliva samples without the need for cold storage.

RFX - RNA Saliva Collector

The RFX Collectors make obtaining RNA samples easy and simple with the ability to stabilize RNA for months without freezing.

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GeneFix Saliva Collection Kits

GeneFix Saliva Collection & Stabilization Devices are designed to make saliva sample collection easy, simple and effective. 

With DNA stabilization for over 5 years at room temperature, GeneFix promises to reduce your costs and boost your results.

GeneFix Saliva Extraction Kits

GeneFix Extraction Kits are optimized exclusively for isolating saliva samples giving you greater purity and consistency in your results.

Our Extraction Kits are designed to work with most saliva samples but are optimized with GeneFix Saliva Collectors to provide maximum performance.

What's In a GeneFix Collector?
What's In a GeneFix Saliva Collector?
Collection Tube & Cap
Collection Tube & Cap

Isohelix collection tubes & caps are designed to be leak proof to keep samples safe as well as being made from recyclable materials.

Available in both standard and high-throughput formats.

GeneFix Stabilization Buffer
GeneFix Stabilization Buffer

Our GeneFix buffers stabilize DNA/RNA instantly to give the best quality results possible.
Our buffers are also non-toxic, non-hazardous and guanidine free.

Unique Design Funnel
Unique Design Funnel

Our saliva collection funnels feature our own, patented design to help collect saliva easily whilst preventing spillages.

Instruction Manual
Instruction Manual

Our instruction manuals are easy to read and feature multiple languages to make them accessible to users worldwide.

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GeneFix Offers Superior Performance

GeneFix Saliva DNA/RNA Collection Kits’ fully optimized chemistry offers improvements over alternative collectors in both purity and yield, through a range of DNA purification methodologies.

Absorbance A260/280

Comparison of DNA Yields

Publications Including GeneFix Saliva Collection Kits

Carter, Nikki, et al. “A novel automated SARS-CoV-2 saliva PCR test protects a global asymptomatic workforce.” Scientific Reports 11.1 (2021): 1-6.

Thabit, Alif Adlan Mohd, et al. “Diagnostic accuracy of fresh drooled saliva for SARS-CoV-2 in travelers.” Travel medicine and infectious disease 43 (2021): 102144.

Bulik, Cynthia M., et al. “The Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative (EDGI): study protocol.” BMC psychiatry 21.1 (2021): 1-9.

Byrne, Enda M., et al. “Cohort profile: the Australian genetics of depression study.” BMJ open 10.5 (2020): e032580.

Campos, Adrián I., et al. “Genetic risk for chronic pain is associated with lower antidepressant effectiveness: Converging evidence for a depression subtype.” Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry (2021): 00048674211031491.

Davies, Molly R., et al. “The Genetic Links to Anxiety and Depression (GLAD) Study: Online recruitment into the largest recontactable study of depression and anxiety.” Behaviour research and therapy 123 (2019): 103503.

Habota, Tina, et al. “Cohort profile for the STRADL study: A depression-focused investigation of Generation Scotland, using detailed clinical, cognitive, and neuroimaging assessments.” Wellcome Open Research (2021)

Lacourt, Aude, et al. “ETIOSARC study: environmental aetiology of sarcomas from a French prospective multicentric population-based case–control study—study protocol.” BMJ open 9.6 (2019): e030013.

Mitchell, Brittany L., et al. “Polygenic risk scores derived from varying definitions of depression and risk of depression.” JAMA psychiatry 78.10 (2021): 1152-1160.

Boshnjaku, Arben, et al. “ACTN3 Genotypes and Their Relationship with Muscle Mass and Function of Kosovan Adults.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18.17 (2021): 9135.

Bulik, Cynthia M., et al. “The Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative (EDGI): study protocol.” BMC psychiatry 21.1 (2021): 1-9.

Butler, Tony, et al. “Sertraline hydrochloride for reducing impulsive behaviour in male, repeat-violent offenders (ReINVEST): protocol for a phase IV, double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised clinical trial.” BMJ open 11.9 (2021): e044656.

Campos, Adrian I., et al. “Understanding genetic risk factors for common side effects of antidepressant medications.” Communications Medicine 1.1 (2021): 1-10.

Garcia, Sara L., et al. “Prediction of nephrotoxicity associated with cisplatin-based chemotherapy in testicular cancer patients.” JNCI cancer spectrum 4.3 (2020): pkaa032.

Graham, Catherine AM, et al. “The association of parental genetic, lifestyle, and social determinants of health with offspring overweight.” Lifestyle genomics 13.2 (2020): 99-106.

Graham, Catherine AM, et al. “Genetic differences in fat taste sensitivity and dietary intake in a UK female cohort.” Food Quality and Preference 92 (2021): 104202.

Grossmann, Leoni, et al. “Generation of integration-free induced pluripotent stem cell lines from four pediatric ADHD patients.” Stem Cell Research 53 (2021): 102268.

McCallum, Linsay, et al. “Rationale and design of the genotype-blinded trial of torasemide for the treatment of hypertension (BHF UMOD).” American Journal of Hypertension (2020).   

Murtagh, Conall F., et al. “The genetic profile of elite youth soccer players and its association with power and speed depends on maturity status.” PloS one 15.6 (2020): e0234458.

Ohki, Cristine Marie Yde, et al. “Generation of integration-free induced pluripotent stem cells from healthy individuals.” Stem Cell Research 53 (2021): 102269.

Ramesh, S., et al. “Incidence of major adverse cardiovascular events with genotype test guided antiplatelet treatment strategy after percutaneous coronary intervention.” Indian Heart Journal (2020).

Ruffles, Tom, et al. “Asthma prescribing according to Arg16Gly beta-2 genotype: a randomised trial in adolescents.” European Respiratory Journal (2021).

Hansen, Marcus Høy, and Charlotte Guldborg Nyvold. “Replicate whole-genome next-generation sequencing data derived from Caucasian donor saliva samples.” Data in Brief 38 (2021): 107349.

Sato, Mitra S., et al. “Hemizygous mutations in L1CAM in two unrelated male probands with childhood onset psychosis.” Psychiatric genetics 30.3 (2020): 73-82.

Gopinath, Divya, et al. “Salivary bacterial shifts in oral leukoplakia resemble the dysbiotic oral cancer bacteriome.” Journal of oral microbiology 13.1 (2021): 1857998.

Gopinath, Divya, et al. “Differences in the bacteriome of swab, saliva, and tissue biopsies in oral cancer.” Scientific reports 11.1 (2021): 1-13.

Roesch, Luiz Fernando W., et al. “PIME: a package for discovery of novel differences among microbial communities.” Molecular ecology resources 20.2 (2020): 415-428.

Ruffell, Simon GD, et al. “Ceremonial Ayahuasca in Amazonian Retreats—Mental Health and Epigenetic Outcomes From a Six-Month Naturalistic Study.” Frontiers in Psychiatry 12 (2021): 898.

Nikolaou, Elissavet, et al. “Experimental Human Challenge Defines Distinct Pneumococcal Kinetic Profiles and Mucosal Responses between Colonized and Non-Colonized Adults.” Mbio 12.1 (2021).

Potocka, Natalia, et al. “Association of ACTN3 Polymorphism with Body Somatotype and Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Young Healthy Adults.” International journal of environmental research and public health 16.9 (2019): 1489.

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What is a Saliva Collection Kit Used For?

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How to Collect a Saliva Sample

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Why Saliva?

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