Theory & Practice of In Situ Hybridization
Molecular techniques are gaining significance in clinical applications. This training course unravels basic in situ hybridization. Learn the questions to ask yourself when optimizing DNA and RNA probes. Understand the keys to selecting pre-treatments. Explore when to adjust stringency wash temperatures. Master techniques for reducing background staining, and learn the unique criteria of ISH quality control.
- Lectures provide a molecular biology overview and introduce the novice to molecular techniques used for in situ hybridization, e.g. denaturation, hybridization and detection
- Laboratory sessions cover both manual & automated techniques
- We also customize courses to meet your special needs
This course is intended for technicians new to in situ hybridization techniques.
Course Length and Location:
Three days in Carpinteria, California.
Booking and Contact:
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