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Don’t amplify the noise...

06 Dec 2018

Next generation sequencing (NGS) is now in routine use for a broad range of research and clinical applications. Facilitating the detection of a wide variety of mutations, focus has never been higher on the value of making the correct choice for the initial sequence enrichment step, which, if poorly designed, can be a source of bias and error in the downstream sequencing assay.

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OGT support during the COVID-19 pandemic: an interview with Kicki, Gothami and Pete Listing Image

OGT support during the COVID-19 pandemic: an interview with Kicki, Gothami and Pete

14 Jul 2020

Find out how OGT's European Field Application Specialists have been finding resourceful ways to support customers during the COVID shutdown.

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OGT support during the COVID-19 pandemic: an interview with Mike, Mary and Ashley Listing Image

OGT support during the COVID-19 pandemic: an interview with Mike, Mary and Ashley

14 Jul 2020

Find out how OGT's North American Field Application Scientists have been finding resourceful ways to support customers during the COVID shutdown.

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Digesting the indigestible - Rescuing FISH on FFPE Listing Image

Digesting the indigestible - Rescuing FISH on FFPE

18 May 2020

Carmen Vokaty, Assistant-Chief Medical Technologist in Cytogenetics at the McGill University Health Centre, details how her lab incorporated OGT’s Cytocell Tissue Pretreatment kit into its workflow after struggling with a homebrew solution.

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Saving time and costs in FISH automation

01 May 2019

Dr Jennie Thurston, Director of Cytogenetics, Carolinas Pathology Group, Atrium Health, explains how Oxford Gene Technology’s CytoCell FISH probes were seamlessly incorporated into the automated workflow for fast, high quality results.

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Don’t amplify the noise... Listing Image

Don’t amplify the noise...

06 Dec 2018

Next generation sequencing (NGS) is now in routine use for a broad range of research and clinical applications. Facilitating the detection of a wide variety of mutations, focus has never been higher on the value of making the correct choice for the initial sequence enrichment step, which, if poorly designed, can be a source of bias and error in the downstream sequencing assay.

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Notes from the Field: Cytocell Field Application Scientist, Ashley Hart Listing Image

Notes from the Field: Cytocell Field Application Scientist, Ashley Hart

24 Sep 2018

OGT offers unparalleled technical support for FISH. Learn more about how Ashley Hart, CytoCell Field Application Scientist, works with customers, and what is the first thing she might check for on a troubleshooting call.

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Notes from the field: CytoCell Field Application Specialist, Gothami Fonseka Listing Image

Notes from the field: CytoCell Field Application Specialist, Gothami Fonseka

24 Sep 2018

OGT offers unparalled technical support for FISH. Learn more about how Gothami Fonseka, CytoCell FISH Field Application Specialist, works with customers, and what is the first thing she might check for on a troubleshooting call.

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FISHing with the real-life laboratory experts

16 Aug 2017

Dr. Theresa C. Brown, Tulane University School of Medicine, answer questions around her AGT 2017 presentation 'FISHing with the real-life laboratory experts.'

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FISH probes and space radiation

26 Jul 2016

Megumi Hada, PhD, Senior Research Scientist, RaISE, Prairie View, Texas A&M. answers our questions on space radiation, how it affects astronaut health, and what her research can teach us about the biological effects of radiation here on Earth.

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