At Creative Bioarray, we are proud to offer our clients a wide selection of FISH probes; from Chromosome probes, Animal probes, to Diagnostic and Bacterial probes. These, being just a few of our probe options, we are still expanding our probe choices to be of even greater service to our research clients.
Creative Bioarray continues to focus on the expansion of our FISH probes, to better meet the research needs of our clients; and this also includes the introduction of customized FISH probes. Our list of FISH probes provides our client researchers with the ability to rapidly identify a wide range of chromosomal peculiarities across a genome.
Our trademark CABR probes hone in on relevant areas for large ranges of applications, such as, detecting gene amplification, deletion, and translocation. CABR probes also target chromosomal aneuploidies connected with tumor and genetic disease profiling.
What is the basic Definition of a gene probe?
- Gene probes use the pairing of bases in matching strands of DNA molecules. They can be used to locate a sequence of bases occurring only in one specific gene.
- Gene probes are used in tests to detect if an organism has a specific genetic disease, normal or mutated genes, and are able to create a map of the genes locations on the chromosomes.
- What are the purposes and uses of gene probes?
- Gene probes hybridize to a targeted DNA or RNA sequence.
- Gene probes are used in various blotting and in situ techniques for the detection of nucleic acid sequences.
- Gene probes are used in the medical industry to help identify microorganisms and the diagnosis of infectious, inherited and other diseases.
In searching for the detection of a base sequence which a chromosome carries; there is a fluorescent section of the probe allows these sequences to be identified. As we expand our selection of FISH probes, we will keep our clients and researchers updated as to what is available and the processes for which they can be used.