Unlock the full potential of RNA biomarker analysis with RNAscope®


Leverage RNAscope®, the most advanced RNA in situ hybridization assay available today, and our pre-qualified repository of FFPE blocks and Tissue Microarrays to streamline your RNA biomarker analysis.


High Quality Samples Yield Reliable Results


... Where things got ugly is when we tried to use TMAs. From one vendor we had mediocre results (~30% of cores useable) but from another company I typically saw ~4% of the cores were usable

- One of many researchers using commercial TMAs (non-TriStar)

Pre-Qualified Tissue Microarrays for RNAscope®

TriStar's RNAscope® pre-qualified tissue microarrays and FFPE blocks have PPIB scores (RNAscope® 2.5 HD Assays) of 2 and higher. This greatly reduces the possibility of failed samples and the resultant loss of time and data.

TriStar Tissue Microarrays pre-qualified for RNA-ISH by RNAscope®:
SKUFocus# of Cores# of DonorsFollow Up DataView Array
69572945Multi-Tumor & Normal Tissue Array3010NoView Array
69573065Multi Tumor120120NoView Array
69573027NSCLC (ADC & SCC)6060YesView Array
69572173Triple Negative Breast Cancer4040NoView Array
69572090HCC TMA3535NoView Array
* Additional RNAScope® pre-qualified TMAs are in development. Feel free to reach out for more information via the form at the bottom of the page.

Why RNAscope®

High Sensitivity

Serial signal amplification design increases sensitivity such that a single RNA molecule can be detected.

Quantitative

Quantitative results are obtained with single molecule detection at single cell resolution

Morphological Context

Quantify per cell expression level across heterogeneous cell populations

Resolution

Simultaneous signal amplification and background noise suppression

Universal

Works for any gene from any species on any tissue

We offer RNAscope® services on all our FFPE samples and TMAs. This is a valuable addition to our core IHC capabilities as RNAscope® addresses biomarkers where suitable IHC antibodies are unavailable.

Single Entity for Samples and Contract Research


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