Latest Fluorescent in situ hybridization Stories

2012-05-29 12:14:05

Naphthalene is best known as the key ingredient in mothballs According to a new study, children exposed to high levels of the common air pollutant naphthalene are at increased risk for chromosomal aberrations (CAs), which have been previously associated with cancer. These include chromosomal translocations, a potentially more harmful and long-lasting subtype of CAs. Researchers from the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH) at the Mailman School of Public Health,...

2011-12-02 22:30:00

According to Dermatopathologist, Dr. George Hollenberg, the use of FISH in malignant melanoma diagnosis is a âœgame changer.â Plainview, NY (PRWEB) December 02, 2011 Acupath Laboratories, Inc. in Plainview, New York announces that the New York State Department of Health has approved its validation for their new fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) test, AcuProbeâ“ž¢ FISH for Melanoma, which enables a more objective,...

2011-09-19 05:26:08

(Ivanhoe Newswire) -- A chromosomal "catastrophe" that occurs early in development may be to blame for some cases of developmental delay or cognitive disorders, according to new research. Investigators from Baylor College of Medicine analyzed the DNA of 17 patients who were referred to their center because of unexplained developmental problems. "Four were very complex," Dr. Pengfei Liu, a graduate student at BCM, was quoted as saying. "One had 18 rearrangements in one chromosome. It was...

2011-09-15 13:05:47

Using a diversity of DNA sequencing and human genome analytic techniques, researchers led by Baylor College of Medicine have identified some cases of developmental delay or cognitive disorders associated with a sudden chromosomal catastrophe that occurred early in development, perhaps during cell division when DNA is replicated. In a report in the journal Cell, Dr. Weimin Bi, assistant professor of molecular and human genetics, Dr. James R.Lupski, vice chair of molecular and human...

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