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Fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) is a sensitive and accurate technique that allows the detection of chromosome aberrations. In this method, a single-stranded fluorescent-labeled nucleic acid...
Vascular Dementia accounts for 25% of all dementias (the second most commen cause after Alzheimers. It is the cumulative effects of many small strokes - patients often have evidence of vascular path...
Xanthelasma (or xanthelasma palpebrarum) is a sharply demarcated yellowish collection of cholesterol underneath the skin, usually on or around the eyelids. Although not harmful or painful, these min...
is another test used to detect the Philadelphia chromosome and the BCR-ABL fusion gene. This test may be used on a peripheral blood sample if a bone marrow sample can’t be collected. FISH uses color...
Agilent Technologies Inc.,and Applied Spectral Imaging (ASI) recentlyannounced they have entered into an agreement to jointly market ASI’s most advanced GenASIs imaging platforms and Agilent&rsq...
NEW YORK — Jane L. Messina, MD, an anatomic pathologist of the Melanoma Research Center of Excellence at Moffitt Cancer Center, discussed practical issues associated with molecular testing for the d...
The FLOWSCRIPT® Assay employs a novel, flow cytometry-based, in situ hybridization technique to ensure the detection of mRNA transcripts associated with the most prevalent high-risk HPV genotypes.
-UroVysion fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) is routinely used to detect urothelial carcinoma (UC). A positive threshold is defined as chromosome polysomy in 4 or more cells, which also include...
To investigate the clinical application of fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) for the differential diagnosis of myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and aplastic anemia (AA).
In situ hybridization is an important technique in breast cancer research, which is widely applied in detection of specific nucleic acid sequences. Here, we describe the detailed protocol of fluoresce...
Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (CGMMV), which belongs to the genus Tobamovirus, is a major pathogen of cucurbit crops grown indoors and in open fields. Currently, immunology (e.g., ELISA) and mole...