Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH)
- FISH is a molecular technique that uses fluorescent probes that bind to specific parts of the chromosome which is used to detect and localize the presence or absence of specific DNA sequences.
- FISH is a confirmatory technique sensitive to tiny signals and spatial resolution.
- The use of FISH is Growing Rapidly in Genomics, Cytogenetics, Prenatal Research, Tumor Biology, Gene Mapping, Gene Amplification, and Basic Biomedical Research.
- DSS offers a complete solution for FISH from reagents, probes, hybridization chambers to FL microscopes with accurate filters and software.
- Product line: Abbott Probes, Thermobrite, BX53, BX63, Applied Spectral Imaging
Hybridizer is a hands-free denaturation and hybridization instrument designed for slide-based fluorescence and chromogenic in situ hybridization (FISH and CISH, respectively) on histology and cytology samples.ADD TO SHORTLIST
HyperChrome is the perfect Instrument for denaturation & hybridization procedures during FISH experiments.ADD TO SHORTLIST
Abbott Molecular ThermoBrite® System offers an easy, safe, system for in-situ hybridization procedures.ADD TO SHORTLIST
VP2000 is a consolidated workstation for automated front-end FISH* processingADD TO SHORTLIST