In situ hybridization and chromosome staining in yeast
[utf-7] Szymon Zi+ARk-tkiewicz
szymon at amedec.amg.gda.pl
Tue Dec 14 06:43:20 EST 1999
Please, can anyone enlighten me on this subject?
Mainly, what are the practical differences between hybridization in yeast
and for example human cells+ADs- also what probes are mainly used, and so on. Is
there anything special I should know about it, any hints?
Of course, I understand how it works, but I've never worked with it - I'm
to prepare a presentation from a publication about chromatid cohesion, and
they used this method.
I'll be very grateful for every answer+ACE-
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