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SciGene Introduces High Capacity Oven

Published: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Last Updated: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
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CytoBrite Slide Oven for performing extended FISH probe hybridizations.

SciGene has introduced the CytoBrite Slide Oven, a 60-slide convection incubator for performing extended or overnight FISH/ISH probe hybridizations.

The CytoBrite Slide Oven has the capacity of five Thermobrite instruments in 60% less bench space.

The oven has five pull-out drawers that each receive two 6-slide removable trays from the CytoBrite Slide Incubation System or CytoBrite Duo System.

Slides are uniformly heated without humidification with the use of CytoBond Removable Coverslip Sealant.


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