SciGene recently launched its Sodium Thiocynate Pretreatment Reagent, a liquid formulation for pretreating tissue samples prior to applying nucleic acid probes for cytogenetic assays.

The product is available in a liter bottle format for Coplin jars or staining dishes, and a 4-liter container format with a flow control spout for filling baths on the company's Little Dipper Processor and VP 2000 instruments.

No dilution of the reagent is required and it can be stored at room temperature, the company said.

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