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This DNA negative control probe consists of a random set of oligonucleotide sequences with a GC content of 40-70%. It should be used to assess non-specific staining when performing in situ hybridization. No positive staining should result with the use of this probe.
Approximately 20 tests at 20 microliters per test
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