This shows the results of analyzing a metaphase cell with ADCI. Colored points are centromeres. Dicentric chromosomes contain 2 points of different colors. Normal chromosomes contain a single point.
Variation within splice donor and/or acceptor sites may lead to altered splicing.
Locations and quantitative information changes are plotted along a chromosome.
Veridical: validation of the Shannon Pipeline:
Software for validating predicted splicing mutations
Targeted capture arrays for next generation sequencing:
Tiling tracks for 7 breast cancer inherited genes. Additional reagents available for:
22 breast cancer inherited genes, and chemotherapy resistance genes
Genomic microarrays with high fidelity intensity measurements:
Precise diagnostic capabilities with our FISH probes:
Determination of chromosome breakpoints in translocations: Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia
Written by: Peter Rogan on April 18, 2011.on March 27, 2022.