Extracting high-quality RNA consistently from FFPE samples at Department of Surgical and Perioperative Sciences, Umeå University
How Scientists at Umeå University are Identifying Novel Prostate Cancer Biomarkers from FFPE Samples
In the race to find better biomarkers in FFPE tissue, technology can give you an edge. Higher yields and better quality nucleic acids are beneficial to any study of genomic biomarkers and Purigen’s Ionic® Purification System excels on both these metrics. Check out our latest customer profile to learn how researchers at Umeå University are utilizing FFPE samples in their search for blood-based prostate cancer biomarkers.
The Ionic Purification System produces higher yields and better quality of RNA and DNA from FFPE samples than traditional solid-phase chemistries. Higher performance doesn’t have to come with a more complex workflow – the Ionic system’s simple, automated workflows save time in the lab and increase efficiency.