myTags – In-Situ Hybridization Probes
Each myTags probe pool contains unique short oligonucleotide sequences used as molecular probes to detect the presence of genomic targets and locate their spatial and temporal position in cytogenetics research, such as RNA-FISH. The short length of myTags molecular probes (43-47nt) allows for quick and efficient penetration of cell barriers and a consistent melting temperature range enables using a single hybridization profile for multiplexed fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) assays.
- High Specificity – Proprietary algorithms for design and custom synthesis eliminates repetitive regions and boosts signal
- Labeling Flexibility – Probes provided as unlabeled immortal libraries or ready-to-use labeled probes
- Custom Probe Design – Experienced in-house design team provides scientific support and bioinformatics to customize your (F)ISH project to meet your needs
Daicel Arbor Biosciences offers both custom and catalog options in both labeled and immortal formats: