Get Results With Challenging Samples
Serial testing of archived samples can lead to sample exhaustion and Quantity Not Sufficient (QNS) results, limiting the amount of information that can be gained from rare clinical specimens. The HTG workflow requires very small amount of input material, due to the preservation of RNAs in the extraction-free chemistry, allowing you to measure expression levels of the entire human transcriptome, while still preserving the sample for additional follow-up studies.
Extraction-Free Chemistry Eliminates Bias
Our extraction-free chemistry does not require nucleic acid extraction and therefore reduces sample input requirements, especially from FFPE samples. This is due to the preservation and utility of small and or partly fragmented RNAs. This also eliminates biases associated with nucleic acid extraction, size selection, PCR amplification, cDNA synthesis and adapter ligation.