When sending samples to Biosearch Technologies, it is essential to provide as much information as possible using our sample submission and plate map documents.learn more
Setting up a nucleic acid purification (NAP) service project
Samples for extraction projects can be shipped to LGC, Biosearch Technologies in plates or tubes, and full guidelines can be viewed on our website.learn more
Samples that are processed in Biosearch Technologies’ extraction laboratories are barcode-tracked throughout to maintain traceability and ensure sample continuity.learn more
Sample submission form and sample ID information
Please submit information regarding your planned NAP project using our NAP sample submission form. Biosearch Technologies requires information regarding your sample IDs, either in a plate map file or list (manifest) format.
Preparing and sending your samples
Please follow our guidelines to ensure that your biological samples meet our requirements for packaging and labelling, and that they arrive at Biosearch Technologies in good condition.
Extraction laboratory workflow
Once your samples and all required paperwork have been received, Biosearch Technologies will commence laboratory work on your NAP project.
At project completion, extracted DNA will either be sent to the customer or transferred to the relevant Biosearch Technologies service laboratory as required.