KromaTiD Blog2023-03-22T10:28:23-06:00

KromaTiD’s Dark Lab Files: A Blog

KromaTiD and Noble Life Sciences OEM Partnership Provides Comprehensive Genotoxicity Analysis

The partnership between Noble Life Sciences Inc and KromaTiD™ Inc. has just elevated the game in genotoxicity analysis! By integrating Noble's cutting-edge Digital PCR service with KromaTiD's dGH in-Site™, dGH SCREEN™, and Genotox G-Banded Karyotyping services, we've created an unmatched, comprehensive genotoxicity analysis solution. [...]

October 3, 2023|Tags: , , , , , |

Now Live on our YouTube Channel! dGH Webinar Next Generation Cytogenetics: Finding Hidden Clues to Health and Disease with Dr. Susan Bailey

The field of cytogenetics has enabled deep insights into the structure and behavior of chromosomes and the DNA from which they are built. Cytogenetics methods like G-Banding and Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) enable researchers to identify segments of DNA for enumeration or analysis [...]

October 3, 2023|Tags: , , , |

DNA Repair and Chromosomal Instability Syndromes

As the repository of a cell’s genetic blueprint, safeguarding the integrity of chromosomes is of critical importance. DNA damage is happening on an on-going basis, and left unchecked, it could lead to cancer or cell death. Myriad biological mechanisms are devoted to DNA repair [...]

KromaTiD Joins’s IND Package Pipeline Program

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 25, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- KromaTiD, a leader in single-cell genomic analysis, is pleased to announce a collaboration with, the go-to marketplace for pharmaceutical research and development. This partnership integrates KromaTiD into's IND Package Pipeline Program, a platform designed to streamline the [...]

September 25, 2023|Tags: , , , |

BAC FISH Probes vs Synthetic Oligonucleotide FISH Probes

Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) is a method which has evolved many exotic variants, often identified by prefixes, such as “mFISH,” “Q-FISH,” “MERFISH,” or “CO-FISH.” Standard FISH, however, simply involves fragments of fluorescently labeled DNA (FISH probes) annealing to sample DNA. But even standard [...]

X-Chromosome Inactivation: An Example of Epigenetic Gene Control

Epigenetics is an aspect of genetics which doesn’t always get as much attention as the study of DNA sequences. However, the function of DNA is impacted by the chemical modifications and structural changes that occur around DNA molecules. The study of that functional control [...]

September 15, 2023|Tags: , , , |


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