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Stellaris RNA FISH Probe Sets & Buffers

Stellaris RNA FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization) is an RNA visualization method that allows simultaneous detection, localization and quantification of individual RNA molecules at the sub-cellular level in fixed samples using widefield fluorescence microscopy. A set of Stellaris RNA FISH Probes is comprised of a pool of up to 48 unique probes, each labelled with a fluorophore, that collectively bind along an RNA target transcript to produce a diffraction limited spot.
The Stellaris RNA FISH technology follows a simple protocol, does not use exotic reagents, is inexpensive and platform-independent, offers same-day results and is versatile towards many sample types and applications. You may even label Stellaris RNA FISH Probes with a number of various dyes to allow for multiplex detection of different RNA targets simultaneously. Finally, you can address the stochastic nature of gene expression and visualize RNA through direct detection without isolation, purification and amplification.

*Expires 30 December 2018

Image: ERBB2 mRNA (green) and HER2 protein (magenta) using Stellaris RNA FISH and immunofluorescence in cancer cells.

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