The FISH technique (fluorescent in situ hybridization) is a first-choice test in numerous clinical practice contexts for the detection of possible alterations that affect a chromosome, region or gene of interest. The success of this technology lies in its effectiveness and speed.
Unlike other products on the market, NIMFISH® probes are designed from an oligonucleotide collection of 80 base pairs in length with genome-wide coverage*. NIMGenetics has generated a unique catalog of FISH probes with double and triple color that redundantly contain the gene or region of interest. Our probes are characterized by the following:
- High specificity, due to the absence of repetitive DNA sequences, which permits easy interpretation.
- High precision, because they are based on sequences of small size.
- High luminosity, since the labeling is introduced during the synthesis of the probe, allowing an optimal visualization.
- Permanently updated. All new validated scientific-clinical advances will be reflected in the renewal and automatic updating of the design of our probes, which will be available to our clients immediately.
NIMGenetics offers its NIMFISH probes, as well as the FISH service when the specialist requests it.