Detection of numerical chromosome aberrations and micro-deletions by fluorescent in situ hybridization

Fluorescent in situ hybridization is method used for the detection of chromosomes or parts of chromosomes that are fixed on the glass plate. This method is based on the hybridization between specific, fluorescently labeled DNA probe and complementary sequence in the biological sample, followed by the detection of the formed hybrid using fluorescence microscopy.

Available analyses:

1. Detection of numerical chromosome aberrations 1, 13, 18, 21, X and Y;
2. Detection of 15q11 micro-deletion;
3. Detection of 22q11 micro-deletion.

Only samples with filled request form from the doctor are accepted.


dr Danijela Drakulic

Phone: 011/3976-212; 065/3976-212

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