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What Is Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization?
- Aug 15, 2018 -

What is fluorescence in situ hybridization?

Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is a method for displaying the presence and content of DNA in the nucleus or on a chromosome by using a nucleic acid probe hybridization principle using a non-radioactive fluorescent substance. The technology is fast, safe, sensitive and long-term storage of probes. It has been widely used in cytogenetics, tumor biology, gene mapping, gene mapping, prenatal diagnosis and mammalian chromosome evolution research.


Preparation before inspection

1. Explain the purpose, method, etc. of this operation to the subject to eliminate concerns.

2. Select blood, other body fluids or cells for testing. If traumatic operation is required, it is necessary to improve the coagulation function test and other related tests in advance.