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Automated Fluorescence In Situ Hybridisation

Jan 15 2013

Fluorescence In Situ Hybridisation (FISH) is used in the leukemia diagnostics to determine the specific type of leukemia disease. Samples of blood or bone marrow are used in a short term cell culture to receive cells in the metaphase status. The cells are then investigated via microscope to determine the cell coordinates with metaphase chromosomes.

In collaboration with a major diagnostic lab Zinsser Analytic has automated a precise transfer of FISH-probes to the predefined coordinates and subsequently the samples are covered with cover slides. The procedure is therefore standardised and sources of errors are minimised. The modular FISH-LISSY® systems can be customised to any lab environment.

Please contact Zinsser Analytic for more information.

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