eFISH newsletter

October 2018

Welcome again to eFISH. 

As you know, Oxford Gene Technology was purchased by Sysmex Corporation in June 2017. This month, Sysmex marks their 50th anniversary with celebrations around the world. From the home office in Kobe, Japan, to regional offices in Europe and the USA, employees are taking time to reflect on the beginnings of Sysmex, and how an innovative history and consistent dedication to customer relationships will continue to shape our future.

We're looking forward to a busy couple of months ahead, and will continue to share product news and technical resources with you. In the meantime, this issue of eFISH includes a conversation with Gothami Fonseka, Cytocell Field Application Specialist

Thank you for subscribing to eFISH. 

Best regards,

Gareth Thomson, VP of Sales, Europe

Gareth Thomson




News from the field: A conversation with Gothami Fonseka, Cytocell Field Application Specialist 

Gothami Fonseka

Cytocell offers unparalleled technical support for FISH.

In this conversation, learn more about how Gothami Fonseka works with customers in the field, and read about some of the ost common troubleshooting issues. 

Read more >


Technical resource: What's wrong with my haematology FISH? 

Poster: What's wrong with my haematology FISH

The quality of your FISH results can vary depending on several factors in your protocol.

Our haematology troubleshooting poster provides expert guidance on how to identify and resolve common problems to help you get the best results from your FISH probes.

Request a copy today. Email contact@ogt.com or call your local sales specialist.



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