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Future-Proof Your RNA-Seq Workflow

A scan image of a cancer infected set of lungs
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RNA sequencing has emerged as a powerful tool for detecting various types of cancers and gaining a deeper understanding of tumor biology. 

However, many samples used in these analyses are derived from tumor tissues preserved as formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) blocks. While FFPE blocks are excellent for histological examination, they pose significant challenges for molecular analysis due to the potential degradation or crosslinking of genetic material.

This application note describes the use of targeted custom RNA panels to overcome these challenges by enabling the robust and sensitive detection of gene expression profiles from FFPE non-small cell lung cancer samples.

Download this application note to discover:

  • The latest advancements in RNA sequencing for cancer research
  • Advanced bioinformatics tools that enhance the accuracy and precision of RNA sequencing results
  • How targeted custom RNA panels can effectively ensure reliable and sensitive detection
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