Combining M-FISH and Quantum Dot technology for fast chromosomal assignment of transgenic insertions.
BACKGROUND: Physical mapping of transgenic insertions by Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (FISH) is a reliable and cost-effective technique. Chromosomal assignment is commonly achieved either by concurrent G-banding or by a multi-color FISH approach consisting of iteratively co-hybridizing the transgenic sequence of interest with one or more chromosome-specific probes at a time, until the location of the transgenic insertion is identified. RESULTS: Here we report a technical development fo...Expand abstract
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