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Molecular Instruments HCR RNA-CISH

Molecular Instruments (MI), a biotech spinout of the California Institute of Technology, has launched HCR RNA-CISH to enhance automated chromogenic in situ hybridization (ISH) workflows that depend on RNAscope. The HCR RNA-CISH kits provide better performance than any existing chromogenic in situ hybridization approach with double the turnaround time and half the cost, the company said. HCR RNA-CISH also features native support for IHC codetection and full compatibility with all major automation platforms, the company added.