Florida Toxicology oral fluid drug testing program provides a simple method to collect chain of custody drug screen specimens almost anywhere. The oral fluid collection is directly observed, making it less susceptible to specimen adulteration.1 The donor simply opens the sealed collection device, places it in his or her mouth, and the collector transfers the specimen into the transport tube for shipment to the laboratory.
Because oral fluid specimens require much lower screening levels than urine, Florida Toxicology performs the initial screening test by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) microplate technology. ELISA is one of the current screening methods with adequate sensitivity to detect drugs of abuse in oral fluid specimens.1 Florida Toxicology offers mass spectrometry confirmation of presumptive positive screens.
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