Join in on May 21, 2019 at 1:00 pm EST to hear about A North American Multi-site Evaluation of the Cytocell®  AML/MDS FISH probe kits, presented by Jaime Rohr and John Grignon from Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories, and Faidra Partheniou from Oxford Gene Technologies.




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Webinar Description:

A North American Multi-site Evaluation of the Cytocell®  AML/MDS FISH probe kits

This webinar details the rigorous clinical and analytical studies carried out to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of eight FISH probes for acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) as part of an FDA submission. We present data that demonstrates the excellent analytical specificity, sensitivity, stability and reproducibility of the probes. We will also present data that shows the outstanding clinical performance and concordance with established methods.  During the course of these studies, which spanned four sites, worldwide, over 2,500 replicates were run with no technical failures. The rigorous standards required for gaining FDA clearance are recognized globally and emphasize the exceptional quality of the Cytocell FISH probes from Oxford Gene Technology (OGT).