End-to-end support for specimen collection for clinical trials.
Simplify and Streamline the Pharmacokinetic (PK) Collection Process With Customized Specimen Collection Kits
BioAgilytix San Diego, formerly MicroConstants, provides end-to-end support for specimen collection, including training materials, the specimen collection kits themselves, logistics, and shipment tracking to destinations across the globe. We assemble and distribute protocol-specific kits for all types of clinical trials, including single-site, multi-site, and Phase I-IV. Based on your study protocol we can:
Combined with our expertise in method development, other modifiers for urine and CSF collection can be provided to ensure compound solubility for small molecules.
Comprehensive training and coordinator support
We can develop training materials to educate clinical site personnel on proper collection, labeling, and shipping methods. Our project coordinators and kit coordinators are available to help assess your specific PK sampling needs to ensure the specimen collection kit contents satisfy study requirements. Our kit coordinators are available to communicate with clinical site personnel and answer any collection and shipping questions during the study.
Global shipping of specimen collection kits to 45+ destinations across the globe
We are experienced with worldwide shipping rules and regulations and work directly with domestic and international couriers to obtain the required permits to ensure on-time, smooth delivery. We help coordinate outbound sample shipments from the clinical sites back to BioAgilytix San Diego or the testing laboratory of your choice for bioanalytical and/or PK/PD analysis.
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Kit Assessment Questionnaire
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Case study: customizing specimen collection kits
Learn how customizing specimen collection kits for specific clinical trial sampling requirements streamlined our client’s Phase I study and helped ensure that all specimens collected were stabilized, properly labeled, and provided accurate pharmacokinetic data.