ChromosOmics - Database

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                                                       ~1,845 studies included                                                    
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How to cite this database:-

Liehr T. 2023. Basics and literature on multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization application. https://cs-tl.de/DB/TC/mFISH/0-Start.html [accessed on ...]

 

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last update: December 2022
Please note that this page is updated only occasionally after 2020.
It is no longer intended/ possible to cover all mFISH Literature here


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Created by Dr. Thomas Liehr (PhD)
professional affiliation: Institute of Human Genetics, 07740 Jena, Germany;
e-mail: Thomas.Liehr@med.uni-jena.de or: LiehrT@web.de



purpose of this page probe-sets first mFISH experiment some mFISH probes  available
mFISH BASED ON WHOLE CHROMOSOME PROBES reviews technique and applications pitfalls about fluorochromes
translocations
cryptic rearr. marker chrs. PGD
TUMOR leukemia lymphomas solid tumors cell lines
external (a)CGH-database by progenetics
OTHERS mutagenesis radiobiology linkage/mapping interphase /3D
immunohisto Zoo-FISH FISH-midi alternatives
FISH- BANDING arm specific DAPI-banding barcode (CBC) Rx-FISH
SCAN MCB/ mband mouse mcb
CEP [&] SubCen-PROBES subtel "multi-FISH" prenatal [&] PGD clin. CG
tumor CG mapping alphoid probes pod-FISH
ADD. mFISH
HUMAN
"four"-color CGH other "specials"
ADD. mFISH
ANIMALS
mouse wcp mouse CBC mouse mcb other animal
ADD. mFISH PLANTS mFISH in plants
DISCLAIMER

Cambridge Resource Centre for Comparative Genomics
now available at CryoArks Biobank in the Natural History Museum (NHM) in London

- animal cell lines
- chromosome-specific DNA probes

available on request (free of charge for research) to scientists of the comparative genomics community.

To find out what is available at the NHM  please search the records on the CryoArks database (https://webportal.specifycloud.org/cryoarks/) by typing ‘Cell’ or ‘Chromosomes’ into the express search and selecting ‘All’. Or, alternatively by typing ‘CryoArks’ into the search box on the NHM data portal (https://data.nhm.ac.uk/search). You can also contact Kirsty Lloyd at the NHM directly (k.lloyd@nhm.ac.uk) and the relevant sample metadata and appropriate request forms will be sent to you.
There is no charge to bona fide researchers, but those requesting aliquots of cell lines may be asked to replace and return a similar quantity of cells so that they may continue to be available to others. Similarly, amplification of DNA probes may be requested to replace the samples provided. It is expected that these replacements will not be required once the proposed laboratory at CryoArks is operational.
 

Professor Malcolm Ferguson-Smith

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