NEW Rapid FISH Hybridizer

CytoBrite Slide Incubation System for performing FISH/ISH hybridization protocols.

By | June 16, 2014

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SciGene (Sunnyvale, CA) today introduced the CytoBrite Slide Incubation System, a new programmable system for performing FISH/ISH hybridization protocols on 1 to 12 slides using Peltier technology for rapid heating and cooling. The CytoBrite System accurately detects true slide conditions using SlideSense™ technology and records times and temperatures to a USB file. Removable trays transfer slides during probe addition, coverslipping and instrument loading to reduce handling. The system uses CytoBond Removable Coverslip Sealant to eliminate the need for humidification.

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SciGene (Sunnyvale, California, USA) is a privately held company, founded in 2003, that develops instruments and reagents to automate FISH and CMA workflows used in research and clinical diagnostic laboratories.

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SciGene Corporation CytoBrite Slide Incubation System

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Programmable slide incubation system for performing FISH/ISH hybridization protocols on 1 to 12 slides.

Depth38.5mm
Height20.5mm
Incubator OrientationBenchtop
Power Requirements115V AC, 50/60Hz, 3A 230V AC, 50/60Hz, 1.6A
Weight9kg
Width24.5mm

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