The Cytogenetic Technicians are responsible for knowledge of general cytogenetics and preparation of samples for analysis.
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The Cytogenetic Technicians oversee the preparation of solutions, harvesting cultures, processing samples, and microscopy. They will work independently and be responsible for processing tissues or cell lines for cytogenetic studies, and breakage analysis. The technician will be required to do cell culture, harvesting of cells for chromosomes, preparation of solutions, data entry, slide making, and possess sterile technique, as well as basic laboratory skills. They will be required to record test results, maintain laboratory equipment, and perform cytogenetic procedures including tissue culture.
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