Unlock the Value in Your FFPE Samples - More Nucleic Acid with Less Hands-on Time Using Isotachophoresis
FFPE tissue samples with a low abundance of nucleic acid continue to present a challenge for cancer genomics. Such samples frequently fail to produce sufficient DNA or RNA for downstream analyses, which can impact patient care or reduce the statistical power of a study. In this workshop, we will review data that demonstrates the ability of the Ionic® Purification System to recover sufficient yields of high-quality DNA, RNA, or miRNA from FFPE tissue samples that prove challenging for conventional methods.
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