Oxford Gene Technology
A new range of nonhuman fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) probes has been developed for visualizing pig, chicken, and mouse chromosomes. The Cytocell Chromoprobe Multiprobe Porcine, Chicken, and Mouse products add to the extensive catalog of human Cytocell FISH probes already available. These probes are set to benefit animal husbandry and research. It is now possible to detect a wide range of chromosomal aberrations in these species with specific, clear, high-intensity signals and minimal background, delivering quality, reproducible results. The probes were developed using Oxford Gene Technology’s rapid probe development capability and proprietary Chromoprobe technology, which effectively simplifies the FISH procedure and makes it safe and quick 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.