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Old 10-22-2015, 08:59 AM   #1
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Default RNAseq from FFPE material

Thanks so much, Simon. If I have a smaller sample number (say n=5) that is fresh frozen giving excellent quality RNA, can I use the RNAseq data from these fresh samples to perform QC/optimisation on the FFPE samples? Currently, I am using NanoStringTM on FFPE samples and it works well as not reliant on high quality input RNA, but I would prefer to use RNAseq (if feasible).

I am anxious to avoid garbage in equals garbage out.

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