OliGlo™ TAMRA FISH Kit - standard size
Product ID: M1621
Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) kit which directly labels the phosphate groups (terminal and backbone) on DNA using a TAMRA labeling reagent prepared in situ, causing less disruption of hybridization and allowing labeling that is not sequence dependent.
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