It is the tube through which you can fill the saliva in the tube and protect that sample until it reaches to the lab of the ancestry. So here with this stabilizing fluid tube, you can fill the saliva in the proper ratios. And it will not show you the over or under the filling tube of the saliva.
Once you send your sample, if they not able to get enough data from your sample then they will send you another kits for free. So, no need to warry while collecting the sample.
In case ancestry DNA blue liquid spilled then contact them through this then they will send you free replacement.
Ancestry DNA Stabilizing Fluid Not Releasing
Ancestry DNA uses a stabilizing fluid in their collection tubes to preserve the DNA in your saliva sample during transit. If the stabilizing fluid is not releasing, there may be a few reasons for this.
- The cap is not fully closed: Ensure that the cap is screwed on tightly. The stabilizing fluid is stored in the cap and is designed to be released when the cap is fully closed.
- There could be a problem with the cap mechanism, which is preventing the fluid from releasing.
- Fluid has already been released: In some cases, you might not notice the fluid being released, as it is clear and mixes with the saliva sample, making it difficult to observe.