Test Menu Category: Fluorescence in-situ Hybridization

Background

FISH, a molecular cytogenetic technique, enables the analysis of disease specific abnormalities. It is offered for the detection of cryptic rearrangements, microdeletion syndromes, aneuploidy, and marker chromosome identification.

This branch of cytogenetic analysis is more specific than standard karyotype analysis, enabling analysis of disease-specific abnormalities. Using results from previous testing, specific gene locations can be selected for investigation. FISH is offered for the detection of translocations, microdeletion syndromes, aneuploidy and marker chromosome identification.


Fluorescence in-situ Hybridization Tests

EGFR amplification (7p11.2) by FISH

EGR1 5q deletion, monosomy 5 by FISH

FIP1L1/PDGFRα 4q12 Gene Rearrangement by FISH

FISH probes, interphase A-Z menu

Glioma Panel 1p-, 9q-; EGFR amplification by FISH

HER2/neu breast cancer by FISH

HER2/neu gastric cancer by FISH

IGH 14q32 Rearrangement by FISH

IGH/BCL1 (CCND1) t(11;14) by FISH

IGH/BCL2 t(14;18) by FISH

IGH/FGFR3 t(4;14) by FISH

IGH/MAF t(14;16) by FISH

IGH/MALT1 t(14;18) by FISH

IGH/MYC t(8;14) by FISH

Kallmann Syndrome deletion Xp22.3 by FISH*

MALT1 18q21 rearrangement by FISH

Miller-Dieker Syndrome / Lissencephaly deletion 17p13.3 by FISH*

MLL(KMT2A) 11q23 Gene Rearrangement by FISH

Molar Pregnancy Panel +13, +18, +21,X,Y by FISH

MYB 6q deletion by FISH

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