Bio-Techne releases new in situ hybridization assay

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

April 27, 2021 -- Bio-Techne has released DNAscope Assay, a new in situ hybridization assay kit.

The kit features the company's RNAscope technology, which allows for the visualization of single-molecule gene expression in intact cells and tissues, according to the firm. It includes Bio-Techne's "double-Z" probe design, chromogenic staining, and oligo probes combined with the company's proprietary signal amplification system.

DNAscope is currently intended for research use only, Bio-Techne said.

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