Earwax Swab for Testing BZ396


Earwax Swab BZ396:

Product Name Earwax Swab
Source Obtained from a single human donor
Catalog Number BZ396
Form Swab
Sample Size 1 swab from a unique donor; Also available in large sample size
Donor Gender Male
Donor Age The age of the donor is reported
Donor Race The race of the donor is reported
Collection Date The date of the collection is reported


Stability: Due to its biological nature, please assess specific markers of interest to ensure continued viability over time.

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Earwax, or cerumen, naturally forms in the ear canal and an Earwax swab sample refers to a biological specimen collected from the ear using a swab for diagnostic or research purposes. Earwax swabs are commonly used in medical settings to detect various infections, particularly those caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites that can affect the ear canal tract

The process typically involves inserting a swab into the ear canal and gently rotating it to collect a sample of wax or cerumen. This sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis, where it can be cultured, examined under a microscope, or subjected to molecular testing methods such as PCR (polymerase chain reaction) to identify the presence of bacteria, infections, pathogens, or abnormalities.

Earwax swabs or cerumen swabs can have biomedical applications beyond simple ear cleaning. Here are some potential applications:

  1. Diagnostic Sampling: Earwax swabs can be used to collect samples from the ear canal for diagnostic purposes. These samples can be analyzed for various biomarkers, pathogens, or genetic material to diagnose ear infections, identify specific microbes, or screen for genetic disorders related to hearing or ear health.
  1. Drug Delivery: Earwax swabs can be used as a medium for drug delivery to the ear canal. Medications or therapeutic agents can be applied to the swab and then inserted into the ear canal, allowing for localized treatment of conditions such as otitis externa (infection of the outer ear) or inflammation.
  1. Research Studies: Earwax swabs can be used in research studies to collect samples for epidemiological or clinical research related to ear health, hearing disorders, or microbial ecology of the ear canal. These samples can provide valuable insights into the prevalence of certain conditions, the efficacy of treatments, or the microbial composition of the ear canal.
  1. Development of Diagnostic Tests: Samples collected using earwax swabs can be used to develop new diagnostic tests or screening tools for ear-related conditions. For example, researchers may use these samples to develop rapid diagnostic tests for ear infections or genetic screening tests for hereditary hearing disorders.
  1. Monitoring Treatment Efficacy: Earwax swabs can be used to monitor the efficacy of treatments for ear-related conditions. By collecting samples before and after treatment, healthcare providers can assess changes in microbial composition, biomarker levels, or other relevant parameters to evaluate treatment effectiveness.
  1. Personalized Medicine: Earwax swabs can potentially be used in personalized medicine approaches for ear health. By analyzing individual earwax samples, healthcare providers may tailor treatment strategies based on the patient’s specific microbial profile, genetic predispositions, or response to previous treatments.

Overall, earwax swabs have the potential for various biomedical applications beyond their traditional use for ear cleaning. Their non-invasive nature and ease of use make them a valuable tool for diagnostic testing, research, and personalized medicine in the field of otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat).

In all these applications, proper collection and handling of earwax swab samples are essential to ensure accurate and reliable results. Additionally, ethical considerations and patient consent are important aspects to consider, especially in cases involving sensitive procedures or research involving human subjects.

Information: Available on request

Shelf Life: One Month while Kept Frozen

Pack Size: 1 Swab, 2 Swabs, 5 Swabs, 10 Swabs

Earwax Swab for Testing BZ396

Earwax swabs from a single human male donor, sourced by Biochemazone™, are collected individually per donor. Each sample represents a distinct donor.

Source: Individual Human Donor

Type: Swab

Storage: 2 to 8 °C


1. Earwax Swabs can be used directly.
2. Earwax Swab, stored at 2 to 8 °C, transported at room temperature.
3. This product is limited to the scientific research of professionals, cannot be used for clinical diagnosis or treatment, cannot be used for food or medicine, and cannot be stored in ordinary houses.
4. Please wear a lab coat and disposable gloves for your safety and health.


This product is intended solely for in-vitro use in manufacturing and research purposes. It is not intended for human or animal consumption. Although we take every precaution to ensure product safety, we advise handling all biological materials with standard precautions due to the potential for spreading infectious diseases. The information provided herein is for informational purposes only and should be used for your consideration, investigation, and verification.

Please note that the image depicted is for illustrative purposes only, and the actual packaging and appearance of the product may vary.


Earwax Swab specified configurations can be delivered upon request.

The stabilizer, pH Value, Pack Size, and Contents of Simulated Fluid are customizable.
Contact us for Customization: info@biochemazone.com
Transportation and storage: Transportation at room temperature, storage at 4 ℃. For Longterm Storage Freeze it at -20 ℃
We provide shipping facilities worldwide.

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Swab Qty

1 Swab, 10 Swabs, 2 Swabs, 5 Swabs