Mycoplasma genitalium RNA-TMA
epithelial cells of the urinary and genital tracts of men and women. M. genitalium infections largely go unrecognized, and infected individuals are either
asymptomatic or have symptoms similar to those associated with other bacterial infections of
the urogenital tract.
All samples must be collected using the appropriate Aptima collection kit containing either swab(s) or urine. Note: If using Electronic Patient Record (EPR) please order "Sample for Molecular Investigations"
To collect "3in1" samples, place both rectal and throat swabs into a yellow Aptima urine tube and express the swabs into the liquid. Remove and discard BOTH swabs. Next, add the urine into the same yellow Aptima urine tube, filling to BETWEEN the black lines.
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Last updated: 26/03/2019