Stellaris applications

Explore the unique applications of Stellaris™ RNA FISH.

RNA FISH for cancer targets

Visualisation and quantification of single RNA transcripts, using Stellaris™ RNA fluorescence in situ hybridisation, offers the unique ability to observe altered disease-specific expression in fixed cells or intact tissue

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RNA FISH for vision research

Stellaris™ RNA FISH allows for visualisation and quantification of single RNA transcripts, which offers the unique ability to observe gene expression in intact tissue or fixed cells.

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RNA FISH for long non-coding RNA

Stellaris™ RNA FISH allows for visualisation and quantification of single RNA transcripts, which offers the unique ability to observe gene expression in intact tissue or fixed cells

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RNA FISH for stem cell research

Stem cells hold great promise for the treatment of various diseases due to their capacity for self-renewal and ability to differentiate. Stellaris™ RNA fluorescence in situ hybridisation offers a unique insight into the expression patterns of embryonic and adult stem cells.

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RNA FISH for pathogen detection and screening

Detection and study of pathogen and viral RNA within intact host cells, tissues, and organisms offers tremendous potential to advance our understanding of infection dynamics and responses to treatments. Stellaris™ RNA FISH can detect viral RNA within host cells as well as unique segments comprising whole virus particles.

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RNA FISH in plants

Visualization and quantification of single RNA transcripts in plants, using Stellaris™ RNA fluorescence in situ hybridisation (RNA FISH) using smFISH technology, is an exciting new application. Publications and support materials are now available to assist with this application.

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RNA FISH for neuroscience

Visualisation and quantification of neuroscience-related single RNA transcripts, using Stellaris™ RNA fluorescence in situ hybridization (RNA FISH) or smFISH, offers the unique ability to observe altered disease or region-specific expression in fixed cells or tissues, including an entire intact brain or organism.

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