CBFβ/MYH11 Translocation, Dual Fusion
The CBFβ probe, labeled in red, covers a 606kb region, within 16q22.1 and includes the CBFβ gene. The MYH11 probe, labeled in green, covers a 610kb region within 16p13.11 and includes the MYH11 gene.
- CBFβ, 16q22.1, Red
- MYH11, 16p13.11, Green
I first came across Cytocell FISH probes in a previous lab I worked in and I was struck by the quality of the products. Since this time, I have been recommending and introducing Cytocell probes across all application areas — now they are the primary FISH probes used in our lab. They have an excellent range of products and their ready-to-use reagent format saves considerable time. As a matter of fact, at a recent conference there was a discussion about the lack of commercial probes for a particular disorder and I was happy to point the participants in the direction of the Cytocell catalogue, which contains the exact probes required. Elizabeth Benner, Medical Technologist at the University of Arizona Health Network
Analyte Specific Reagent.
Analytical and performance characteristics are not established.
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