Lexogen: Strand-specific RNA-Seq library prep for highly degraded and FFPE samples

SENSE technology is known as the fastest and the most strand-specific way for RNA-Seq library preparation. The protocol has just 3 basic steps, requires 3.5 hours and works with down to 0.5 ng of rRNA-depleted or poly(A) selected input RNA.

Moreover, the unique fragmentation-free library generation technology makes SENSE Total RNA-Seq Library Prep highly suitable for complex RNA samples, which are subject to degradation.

We are happy to announce the release of the SENSE protocol for RNA extracted from challenging formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) and highly degraded samples.

Learn more about SENSE technology and the protocol for highly degraded and FFPE samples.

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