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Creative Bioarray Launches Advanced Hybridization Instrument For Routine Pathological Analysis


12/12/2013 10:04:08 AM

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December 12, 2013 -- In addition to offer FISH and ISH services to pathologists, oncologists, cancer centers, clinical practitioners, hospitals etc., Creative Bioarray has introduced advanced hybridization instrument for routine pathological analysis. The instrument is E-308 that provides an easy, safe, system for in-situ hybridization procedures. This programmable, open system automates the denaturation and hybridization steps in slide-based FISH procedures and provides walk-away convenience for laboratory personnel. In situ hybridization techniques are sensitive and highly applicable that allows specific nucleic acid sequences to be detected in morphologically preserved chromosomes, cells or tissue sections. In combination with immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization can relate microscopic topological information to gene activity at the DNA, mRNA, and protein level. Hybridization helps to explain molecule shape and determine the structure of chromosomes. Though, their applications have been limited in some way. This is probably associated with the safety concerns and extensive time-consuming factor. Now the instrument is able to carry 12 slides at once and conduct processing flexibly in line with targeted durations and can be applied in FISH?ISH?IHC?in situ PCR, which extensively save your time and money and keep it safe.

Interested in the advanced Hybridization Instrument? Call 1-631-624-4882 to inquire for free.

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