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(Chromogenic in Situ Hybridzation)

Chromogenic in situ hybridization (CISH), is a molecular technique used to detect the presence of a DNA or RNA sequence, or to study the expression of a gene, evaluating simultaneously the morphology of the tissue through bright-field microscope.

01| HER2/CEN 17 Dual CISHdetection kit

02| Epstin Barr Virus (EBER1) CISH Detection kit

03| Immunoglobulin Lambada Light Chains CISH Detection kit

04| Immunoglobulin Kappa Light Chains CISH Detection kit