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Our new Ionic® FFPE to Pure RNA Kit provides automated purification of RNA, including mRNA and miRNA, from FFPE tissue samples with less hands-on time than conventional bead and column-based methods.

Researchers still face FFPE challenges today

FFPE tissue, which often has a low abundance of nucleic acid, represents a bottleneck in sample preparation workflows. Researchers and clinicians working with these FFPE samples often resort to labor-intensive methods in order to isolate sufficient material for downstream analyses. However, such methods are not always successful in improving yields and can introduce bias which further impacts the quality of downstream analysis.

Enter the Ionic® Purification System

To help scientists overcome the sample prep bottleneck commonly associated with FFPE samples, the Ionic® Purification System introduces a simple, automated approach to nucleic acid purification using isotachophoresis. Isotachophoresis allows for the separation and concentration of nucleic acid freely in solution without binding to, or stripping from, a physical surface. This results in higher yields of pure nucleic acid that is less fragmented and free from bead or wash buffer contamination.

Webinar Featuring the New Ionic® FFPE to Pure RNA Kit

With the new Ionic FFPE to Pure RNA Kit, the Ionic system provides automated purification of RNA, including mRNA and miRNA, from FFPE tissue samples. Join us for a special webinar hosted by Cambridge Healthcare Institute and presented by Lewis Marshall, Director of Microfluidics at Purigen, featuring the new Ionic FFPE to Pure RNA Kit.

Register today to see how the Ionic system is reshaping how researchers extract DNA and RNA from FFPE samples.


In this webinar you will learn…

  1. A new innovative approach to automated nucleic acid purification
  2. How to extract more DNA and RNA from challenging FFPE samples with more reliability and less effort by comparison to conventional extraction methods

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