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Fluorescent In Situ Hybridisation (FISH)

We are able to tag Specific DNA sequences using Probes which have been tagged with fluorescent Labels.This technique enables the clinical diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities, indicated by sequential duplication, deletions and rearrangements of chromosome.

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NIS (2015) Flourescent in Situ Hydridization (FISH) National Human Genome Research Institute retrieved from [1]


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