To strive for better circuit performance on analog design, layout generation heavily relies on experienced analog designers' effort. Other than general analog constraints such as symmetry and wire-matching are commonly embraced in many proposed works, analog circuit performance is also sensitive to routing behavior. This paper presents a CDT-based layout extraction to preserve routing behavior of the reference layout. Furthermore, a generalized layout prototyping methodology is proposed based on the layout extraction to achieve routing reuse. The proposed layout prototyping is applied to a variable-gain amplifier and a folded-cascode operational amplifier for both migration and prototypes generation. Experimental results show that our approach effectively reduces design cycle time and simultaneously produces reasonable performance.