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Chromogenic in situ hybridisation (CISH) should be an accepted method in the routine diagnostic evaluation of HER2 status in breast cancer.
Hybridisation has contributed to the extinction of many species through direct and indirect means.
The scientists found that common ancestry, without any hybridisation, explains the genetic similarities between Neanderthals and modern humans.
The previous studies concluded that these differences could be explained by hybridisation which occurred as modern humans exited Africa and bred with the Neanderthals who already inhabited Europe.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, which instigated the slaughter with background assistance from animal health minister Elliot Morley, could not accept that the hybridisation produced an impure hybrid.
One of the most significant achievements of the KDHP's Research and Development (R&D) department, is the launch of high yielding and high quality tea clones through selection and hybridisation. The R&D department has also tried its hands on chocolate varieties, cosmetics and extraction of mineral oils.
12 February 2014 - Danish tissue-based cancer diagnostics firm Dako, part of Agilent Technologies (NYSE:A), said on Tuesday it had agreed with US Amgen (NASDAQ:AMGN) to develop a molecular diagnostic test using Dako's IQFISH hybridisation buffer.
Ferrari, a subsidiary of Fiat SpA (NYSE: FIA) (ISE: IT0001976403), is planning to develop hybridisation of several models and also produce a drop-top version of the 599, according to Luca di Montezemolo, Ferrari president and chairman.
"For farmers, we prepare new clone by control hybridisation. We have selected clone which have gone through field trials; productive capacity is good, such cloned plants are cultivated on commercial basis and these plants we provide to farmers and local forest departments," said R S Bisht, Range Officer, Forest Research Centre, Lalkuan.
Rapid detection of Salmonella subspecies I by PCR combined with non-radioactive hybridisation using covalently immobilised oligonucleotide on a microplate.
Recent studies confirm the old idea introduced by Anderson in the 1940 s in his monograph introgressive hybridisation , namely that hybridisation can provide a bridge for the genetic exchange of adaptations (genes that increase fitness).