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Company Tecan
Item GenePaint
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Description Tecans GenePaint system, which is based on a new flow-through technology, automates all of the steps required for performing in situ hybridization of tissues on microscope slide formats.

A key step in the study of gene expression, in situ hybridization (ISH) localizes transcripts in intact cells and tissues and can be used to validate and confirm results obtained by in vitro gene expression methods (microarrays, blots, etc.). GenePaint automates the processing of large numbers of cell or tissue samples in these type of procedures; an otherwise extremely time consuming and laborious manual process.

Advanced features for functional genomic studies include:
  • eliminates 80% of the manual steps of conventional ISH, FISH or IHC analysis
  • extends walk-away time through unattended hybridization protocols
  • allows the use of any commercial set of reagents for hybridization studies
  • assures consistent and reproducible results of excellent quality
  • saves on the amounts of reagents used
  • The applications described here are not available in the US outside of the research market.
    Info TecanTecan
    Tecan U.S., Inc.
    4022 Stirrup Creek Road
    Suite 310
    Durham, NC 27703

    Customer Service: (800) 338-3226
    Fax Number: (919) 361-5201
    Web Site: http://www.tecan.com
    NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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