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Next Generation Nucleic Acid Extraction for NGS: Increased Yields and More Efficient Workflows for Extraction from FFPE

02 August 2022
On-demand seminar. Learn more about the Ionic system and a real-world case study on how the Ionic is being utilized at a leading cancer centre.

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. The automated Ionic® Purification System uses Isotachophoresis to increase quantity and quality of nucleic acids extracted from FFPE and requires 75% less hands-on time than column- or bead-based methods. Learn more about the Ionic system and a real-world case study on how the Ionic is being utilized at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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