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Eukaryotic DNA is highly organized within nuclei and this organization is important for genome function. Fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) approaches allow 3D architectures of genomes to be visualized. Scalable FISH technologies, which can be applied to whole animals, are needed to help unravel how genomic architecture regulates, or is regulated by, gene expression during development, growth, reproduction, and aging. Here, we describe a multiplexed DNA FISH Oligopaint library thatdoi:10.7554/elife.42823 fatcat:2wqelpcc5zaqxafss373wwilnm