Cellay, Inc. - Same Day OligoFISH Probes



Citations by users of Same Day OligoFISH® Probes


Using FISH to detect aneuploidy in urine-based samples

  •  Tinawi-Aljundi, R., King, L.W., Knuth S.T. et al. One year monitoring of an oligonucleotide fluorescence in situ hybridization probe panel laboratory developed test for bladder cancer detection. Research and Reports in Urology 2015:7, 49-55
  • Hafron J, M. Glidea, R. Tinawi-Aljundi, R, et al.  High prediction rate of prostate cancer with minimally invasive OligoFISH Test.  American Urological Association (AUA) Annual Meeting 2014, Abstract ID# 14-4585. Orlando, Fl.


  • Knuth, S., M. Glidea, R. Tinawi-Aljundi et al. Minimally Invasive OligoFISH Prostate Cancer Screening Test.  Journal of Mol Diagnostics 2013 Nov;15(6), #ST72


  • Tinawi-Aljundi, R., E. Schervish, J. Frontera, K. Kernen, and R. Di Loreto. Clinical Validation of a Novel, Same Day OligoFISH Chromosome Panel for Bladder Carcinoma Detection in Urine.  Journal of Mol Diagnostics 2012 Nov;14(6):718.


The references below support the GastroFISH™ and UteroFISH™ services offered by Bostwick Laboratories, VA USA.

  • Qian J., Hossain, D. Sadasivan, G., Bostwick D.G. Detection of Chromosomal Anomalies in Colon Biopsy Specimens Using Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) - A Pilot Study. USCAP 2010. March 2010

  • Qian J, Weber D, Cochran R, Hossain D, Bostwick DG. Detection of chromosomal anomalies in endometrial atypical hyperplasia and carcinoma by using fluorescence in situ hybridization. Cancer Cytopathol. 2010 Apr 25;118(2):97-104.

The references below support the 24 chromosome analysis offered by
Centro de Medicina Embrionaria, Spain

  • Fernández S, Colomar A, Toro E, Chamosa S, López-Teijón M, Velilla E  "Efficacy of 24 chromosome FISH analysis in Preimplantation embryos" 10TH International Congress Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis. Montpellier (France) 5-8 Mayo 2010. Reproductive Biomedicine on line. Vol 10, suppl 1. Pág. S26-S27. P-12.
  • Fernández S, Colomar A, Toro E, Chamosa S, López-Teijón, Velilla, E. El análisis de todos los cromosomas del embrión mediante FISH mejora la eficiencia del diagnóstico genético preimplantacional. XXVIII Congreso Nacional Sociedad Española de Fertilidad. Valencia 19-21 Mayo 2010. Revista Iberoamericana de fertilidad y reproducción humana. Vol 27 (supl1) Pág.178. C0-0034

The references below support the development of OligoFISH® Probes by Cellay, MA, USA

  • Aurich-Costa, J., L. Zamechek, et al. (2007). "Oligo fluorescence in situ hybridization (oligo-fish), a new strategy for enumerating chromosomes in interphase nuclei." Fertility and sterility 88: S86.
  • Bradley, S.P., Zamecheck, L., Aurich-Costa, J., "Oligonucleotide FISH Probes", in  Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) - Application Guide., T. Liehr, Editor. 2008, Springer: p. 67-74.
  • Aurich-Costa, J., C. Ng, S. Selvaggio, P. Colls, S. Bradley.  Oligonucleotide (ODN) Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization (Oligo-FISH) and conventional FISH allow enumeration of 24 chromosomes in 6 successive hybridizations performed in a single day.  Fertility & Sterility 92(3): S50, 2009.


MM-004 Rev. A Eff. Date 30-Sep-2016 DCO 16-023