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Whole Transcriptome Expression of FFPE Samples

Single Cell

Formaldehyde fixed & paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue blocks are one of the most commonly used and archived sample types. However, some preservation approaches can result in the degradation of RNA and hinder transcriptome profiling. 

Discover how Chromium Single Cell Gene Expression Flex technology can be used to reveal the true biological complexity of FFPE samples, using in-situ hybridization of RNA to assess whole transcriptome expression.

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  • Robust single-cell and cell proportion data that are comparable to freshly fixed tissues
  • Equivalent cell calling across fresh and preserved samples in multiple tissue types 
  • Gene expression data that demonstrates RNA preservation and integrity 
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