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TissueScan™ cDNA Panels

TissueScan™ cDNA Panels

Cambridge Bioscience offers a range of cDNA panels for differential gene expression analysis and validation among hundreds of different human tissue samples in as little as two hours. Synthesised using a human cancer biorepository of over 140,000 human biospecimens, each TissueScan™ panel is created from high quality total RNAs of pathologist-verified tissues and normalised and validated with β-actin in two sequential qPCR analyses.

Benefits of Using the TissueScan™ cDNA Panels
• Fast
• Convenient
• Pathologist verified tissue
• Removes the need for tissue acquisition & sample preparation
• Clinical information provided
• Non-radioactive
• Compare gene expression between normal & cancer samples

Panel Principles

TissueScan
Arrays Available
The TissueScan™ range includes cancer specific panels and cancer survey panels offering a range of samples from different cancer types and normal tissue panels to act as a reference for comparison. The cancer cDNA arrays are derived from the following tumours:
• Bladder
Brain
Breast
Colon
Endometrial
Gastroesophageal
Kidney
Lung
Lymphoma
Melanoma
Ovarian
Pancreatic
Prostate
Sarcoma
Thyroid
 
Applications
The TissueScan™ cDNA panels are appropriate for the following applications:
• Biomarker discovery & validation among different cancer types at different stages
• Drug target identification & validation against a specific cancer type
• Cell signalling pathway analysis among different cancer types & stages

Material Available for Download
TissueScan™ cDNA Panel Application Guide

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