We offer an extensive and unique collection of tissue blocks*, slides, frozen tissue arrays, and FFPE tissue arrays for human normal, diseased, and tumor tissue types. Please make an inquiry if you need a particular tissue type and cannot find it on our website. We also offer custom tissue procurement and services to fit your needs. One of the features that our customers rely on the most is our large selection of hard-to-find diseased tissues, such as the matched pairs of tumor tissue (matching adjacent normal tissues with the primary tumor or metastatic tumor tissues). These specimens are invaluable tools for discovery research and diagnostic product development.

Frozen Tissue Array

Frozen Tissue Array

Frozen tissue arrays and frozen tissue panels streamline many research projects by fixing numerous small tissue sections, called cores, onto a single slide.  This can save significant of time, and conserve precious reagents, relative to…

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Frozen Tissue Section

Frozen Tissue Section

For over 20 years, BioChain has been a trusted source for tissues, as well as proteins, DNA, and RNA isolated from the materials in our tissue bank, to clinical and biopharmaceutical researchers.  Among these products…

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FFPE Tissue Array

FFPE Tissue Array

As it can be expensive and time-consuming to perform histology tests on multiple cancerous and normal ffpe tissue array slides, BioChain produces a wide variety of formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue arrays and tissue microarrays…

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FFPE Tissue Section

FFPE Tissue Section

Formalin fixed, paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue sections also known as paraffin tissue sections are an ideal way for rapidly determining the cellular localization of DNA, RNA and protein markers. This is a pertinent step for investigating…

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FFPE NGS Characterized

FFPE NGS Characterized

BioChain’s CancerSeq formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissues are tumor tissues that have been prescreened extensively for single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), insertions & deletions (indels), and copy number variations (CNVs). Targeted Next Generation Sequencing (NGS),…

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