xTractPure™ FFPE DR Extraction Kit

  • Applications: NGS, qPCR, Genomics, PCR, Extraction, Automated Nucleic Acid Extraction, AnaPrep 48 Instrument
All necessary reagents for RNA and DNA extractions in FFPE tissue specimens are provided. The kit contains sufficient reagents for 48 FFPE RNA and 48 FFPE DNA extractions.
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Product Description

Formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue specimens are highly valuable sources for retrospective studies of many pathologies. Nevertheless, the extraction of nucleic acids from FFPE specimens could often be challenging, as nucleic acids become cross-linked and degraded during the archiving process. Therefore, nucleic acids obtained from these sample types are usually highly fragmented and chemically modified.
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Product Specifications

Features Specifications
Size 1 kit (48 preps)
Shipping Ambient Temperature
Tool Type Sample Prep Kits
Method Manual, Automated
Applications NGS, qPCR, Genomics, PCR, Extraction, Automated Nucleic Acid Extraction, AnaPrep 48 Instrument

Advantages and Features:

• No toxic chemicals
• No loss of nucleic acids
• Robust protocol suitable for automation
• No inhibition on downstream applications

More Information About xTractPure™ FFPE DR Extraction Kit

BioChain’s xTractPure™ FFPE DR Extraction Kit allows for efficient RNA and DNA extraction from FFPE tissues, with potential high throughput capabilities and full compatibility for down-stream applications such as qPCR and NGS. Utilizing heat and proteinase K treatment, BioChain’s kit is optimized in the removal of paraffin, partial reversal of formalin cross-linking, and sequential release of RNA and DNA from fixed tissues. One of the great advantages of our kit is that both FFPE RNA and FFPE DNA may be extracted separately from the same piece of tissue. This is critical for precious biological samples where source material is very limited, and it is not practical to have separate tissue sections for RNA and DNA extraction.