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Validation and workflow optimization of human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 testing using INFORM HER2 dual-color in situ hybridization.
The authors conclude that the process of hybridization (defined as the production of offspring through the interbreeding between individuals of genetically distinct populations), the factors governing the expression of morphology in hybrid individuals, and the extent of reproductive isolation between species should be given further consideration in future research projects.
With MLPA/rtPCR, each chromosome was assigned 8 pairs of hybridization probes that have a common detection probe-binding sequence but with each pair targeting a different region of the same chromosome.
fuscus occurring together and the possibility of hybridization.
BWAs seeded into wastewater at various dilution factors were all identified successfully within 30 minutes of hybridization.
In situ hybridization has a potential role in distinguishing between organisms of similar morphology in cutaneous fungal infections," the investigators concluded.
Parental origin of the extra chromosome in the cat eye syndrome: Evidence from heteromorphism and in situ hybridization analysis.
Many methods of detection of hybridization have been proposed.
Comparative genomic hybridization is a technique that offers a molecular approach to cytogenetic analysis and allows the entire genotype to be screened in a single hybridization.
These patents greatly enhance Tm's intellectual property position in the use of small molecules, called ligands, to control DNA hybridization chemistry," said Dr.
However, both fragmentation and its correlate hybridization have developed much more recently in the social sciences than in the natural sciences.
The international Molecular Cytogenetics market is driven by a number of factors, including the increasing use of molecular cytogenetic tools, such as Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) and Array-based Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH) for analyzing complex disease traits, gene mapping, gene discovery, and for improving molecular diagnostics capabilities.