DNA Extraction from FFPE Tissue and Subsequent PCR is Challenging and Time Consuming, Often Resulting in Variable Results or Complete Reaction Failure
6 January 2015

Formalin-fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissues are valuable clinical samples that are typically generated from human biopsies, collected for histological analysis or cancer detection. In this application note, learn how KAPA Express Extract offers a fast, convenient and efficient alternative for the routine extraction of DNA from FFPE tissue for subsequent PCR analysis.

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