- •Establishment of a rapid FISH method with a turn around time of less than one hour.
- •FISH hybridization time was reduced to 10 min using Vysis IntelliFISH buffer.
- •Allowed the combined same day reporting of morphology and FISH results.
- •There was no detrimental effect on the quality or accuracy of the FISH results.
- •Enabled clinicians to have rapid access to targeted therapies.
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