Paraffin Tissue Section – Human Lung Tumor
BioChain’s Human Lung Tumor Paraffin Tissue Sections are ideal for rapidly identifying cellular localization of RNA or protein in the lung tumor tissue. The paraffin tissue section may also be used for extracting DNA and RNA. Each slide contains human lung tumor tissue from a single 63 year old female donor with a clinical diagnosis of adenocarcinoma.
BioChain’s tissue products are based on the sample repository network established following the IRB-approved ethical standard and procedures. The repository covers a wide variety of species and diseases, including human adult normal tissues, human diseased and tumor tissues, as well as mouse, rat, and monkey tissues.
BioChain’s Paraffin Tissue Sections have been fixed in formalin after being excised. Formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue was sectioned at 5 µm thickness, and mounted on positively charged glass slides. Our paraffin tissue sections facilitate rapid determination of biomolecule localization and extraction of nucleic acids.