Tag Search Results: In situ hybridization
An assay for nucleic acids "on site" in fixed tissue sections by the use of heat to first denature and then to reanneal with specific DNA, RNA or PNA probes.
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|1||Molecular Pathology and Genetic Testing from the Perspective of a ...||... Immunohistochemistry (IHC) assays are used on FFPE tissues to detect protein expression, localization, and phosphorylation levels; in situ hybridization (ISH ...|
|2||Overview of IQFISH pharmDx™||... Quantitatively determines HER2 gene amplification using In Situ Hybridization; Identifies patients likely to benefit from Herceptin™ treatment; ...|
|3||So you want to go FISHing?||FISH, or fluorescence in situ hybrid- isation, is a widely-established technique which is nonetheless thought of as being challenging not only because it is a ...|
|4||Dako Scientific Magazine - Connection 13||-|
|5||UK NEQAS-ICC & ISH: Historical perspective, current role, future ...||... The United Kingdom National External Quality Assessment Scheme for Immunocytochemistry and in- situ hybridisation (UK NEQAS-ICC & ISH) had its origins in the ...|