RNA Extraction from FFPE Tissue

FormaPure XL RNA

With our SPRI paramagnetic bead-based chemistry, you can extract RNA from even the most challenging formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue samples.

For optimum convenience, you receive knowledgeable support for reagents and automation methods from a single vendor.

  • Fragment analysis shows FormaPure XL RNA kits isolate RNA with the best possible integrity—even from 10+-year-old tissue blocks
  • Performance demonstrated with a variety of sample and tissue types
  • Scalable based on throughput
  • Demonstrated performance with 7x 10 μM curls

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Product Specifications: FormaPure XL RNA

Application Uses RNA Isolation, RNA Extraction, RNA Sequencing, Nucleic Acid Sample Prep
Format Liquid
Starting Sample Material FFPE (formalin fixed paraffin embedded) tissue.
Automated Available Yes
Item Specifications Referenced C36000

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Agencourt FormaPure Reagent Kits Manual or Automated RNA, DNA or Total Nucleic Acid Extraction from FFPE
Total Nucleic Acid Isolation from Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded (FFPE) Tissues using FormaPure XL Total on a KingFisher™ Duo Prime This protocol demonstrates the FormaPure XL Total performance on the KingFisher Duo Prime purification system. Automating chemistry can reduce the risk of human error, hands-on time (HOT) and total turn-around time (TAT).
Simultaneously DNA and RNA extraction from formalin-fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue In this poster we present a streamlined NGS ready to use sample prep workflow for FFPE tissue using a product in current development, FormaPure XL Total* (Beckman Coulter Life Science). FormaPure XL Total uses SPRI (Solid Phase Reverse Immobilization) paramagnetic beads to isolate DNA and RNA simultaneously.
AMP 2019: Correlation between mutations found in FFPE tumor tissue and paired cfDNA samples In this poster, presented at AMP 2019, we present a comparison of matched FFPE and plasma samples to determine how many mutations are seen in both tissues. We also look at where the mutational mismatches appear in the chromosome.
Correlation between mutations found in FFPE tumor tissue and paired cfDNA samples In this poster we present a comparison of matched FFPE and plasma samples to determine how many mutations are seen in both tissues. We also look at where the mutational mismatches appear in the chromosome.

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