[Histonet] Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization

Patti Loykasek ploykasek <@t> phenopath.com
Mon Aug 21 15:03:04 CDT 2006

Hi Melissa, 
I work for PhenoPath Laboratories in Seattle, WA. We have extensive
experience in FISH. We have a contract research department that could
perform this type of work for you. Most of our experience is with Vysis
probes - including Her2Neu, lymphoma translocations, and other solid tumor
If you would like more information, please contact me or Marilyn Skelly, the
contract research manager. You can contact Marilyn at mskelly <@t> phenopath.com
or 206-374-9000. Thank you.

Patti Loykasek BS, HTL, QIHC
PhenoPath Laboratories
Seattle, WA

> Dear all, 
> We are currently trying to obtain information on outsourcing samples for
> FISH. Does anyone know of contract labs that will perform this service?
> (Part. in Bay Area) Most places I have contacted no longer have anyone
> on staff able to perform hybridization.
> Any comments on easy of use with Invitrogen's FISH Tag kits?
> We are kind of limited on time, and are rather inexperienced in this
> area. 
> Your input is greatly appreciated,
> Melissa
> Melissa A. Gonzalez
> R&D, Cell Genesys, Inc.
> South San Francisco, CA 94080
> (650) 266-3168
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