Tag: in situ hybridization


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Hamilton Robotics Launches the Immunostain NIMBUS, a Compact Workstation Designed to Accelerate Immunofluorescent Staining20 Jan 2014Read
Histology Image Analysis Provider OracleBio to Showcase Their Xenograft Evaluation Services at the Tumor Models Conference24 Jul 2013Read
Affymetrix Announces Research Collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital to Validate and Develop New Oncology Biomarker Tests15 Jul 2013Read
Applied Spectral Imaging and BioDot Cooperate to Deliver Automated Genetic Analysis Solution6 Jun 2013Read
Tecan Microarray Solutions Transform Functional Proteomics Workflows at Arizona State University21 Feb 2013Read
Collaboration to Validate and Develop New Oncology Biomarker Tests12 Jul 2012Read
Agilent Technologies Introduces Next-Generation Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization Assays for Molecular Analysis6 Mar 2012Read

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A Robust and Sensitive Flow Cytometric Method for RNA in-situ Hybridization Analysis of Blood Cells Using Oligo Probes and Branched DNA (bDNA) Based Signal Amplification14 Nov 2013Read
A Method for High Quality Digoxigenin-Labeled RNA Probes for In Situ Hybridization18 Jun 2013Read

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Washing Slides After RNA Hybridization for QuantiGene21 Jul 2013Watch  
RNA hybridization Slide Processing for QuantiGene19 Jul 2013Watch  
RNA Hybridization Tissue Pretreatment for QuantiGene 18 Jul 2013Watch  
How to Mount the Slides for the QuantiGene ViewRNA ISH Tissue Assay16 Jul 2013Watch

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