RE: In Situ Hybridization

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From:"Matthew Ogdie" <> (by way of histonet)
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Hello Tish,
InnoGenex specializes in enzymatic(non-radioactive) ISH. I can e-mail you
several manuals and other information and send you a complete package via
regular mail.
Additionally, we have a custom services division - SlidePro - that designs
and synthesizes labelled (or cold) probes. If you already have the sequence
of interest, we can produce your probe very quickly.
What tissue will you be staining? Will you be doing this project manually or
Our website is very detailed:

Happy New Years!

Best Regards,
Matthew Ogdie

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From: []
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2000 7:11 AM
Subject: InSitu Hybridization

Hello Histonetters:

  I am looking for current methods and protocols (hopefully proven and
using non-radiolabeled probes for insitu hybridization.   I would also like
information on companies that will make non- isotopic labeled probes.

Thanks in advance for any information
Tish Floyd
Histology Dept.
SmithKline Beecham

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