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A new range of non-human FISH probes
May 2016
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Oxford Gene Technology
 
The probes were developed as part of an Innovate UK knowledge transfer partnership (KTP) funded project in collaboration with the University of Kent.
 
The probes use proprietary Chromoprobe technology which effectively simplifies the fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH) procedure and makes it safer and quicker to use. Enabling multiple FISH probes to be hybridized on the same slide, the Chromoprobe Multiprobe System also allows rapid screening for a number of DNA sequences in a single analysis and can be customized according to requirements. The new line has a variety of research applications that translate into significant cost savings.
 
Oxford Gene Technology
www.cytocell.com

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