Genetics & Genomics

Vysis FISH Genetics

Identification and characterization of chromosome anomalies in preimplantation, prenatal, and postnatal genetics is critical for managing quality of life. 

FISH is a powerful tool for determining many types of chromosome anomalies. In addition to AneuVysion, the only FDA-cleared product for rapid detection of aneusomy in amniotic fluid samples, Abbott Molecular offers an expansive line of DNA FISH probes for preimplantation, prenatal, and postnatal genetic testing research.

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Vysis FISH Technology provides the following advantages: 
  • Rapid, sensitive, and specific detection of characterization of chromosome abnormalities
  • Ability to test metaphase chromosome from cultured samples and interphase cells from specimens that cannot be cultured 
  • Direct labeled probes as compared to indirect labeling methods provide 
    • Less background signal, which simplifies interpretation 
    • Reduced costs associated with labeling reagents and technician time 
Genetics & Genomics

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