Fw: [Histonet] Genetics anyone?
> Is it possible, that the researcher means FISH?
> As far as I know, DNA Sequences are shown. And when the sequence occurs
> than normally two times (diploid) you get more fluoreszenz signals.
> I dont perform FISH. So my information is not really detailled.
> Gundi Lang
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Cheryl Crowder"
> To: "Histonet"
> Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 2:47 PM
> Subject: [Histonet] Genetics anyone?
> > Good morning - This questions was put to me yesterday and, knowing
> > little about genetics, I'm stumped. Can any of you help me. This
> > researcher is collecting samples which he says are either diploid,
> > triploid or tetraploid. He states that someone told him there is a
> > stain techniques that "would distinguish the 'ploidy' by the intensity
> > of the stained tissue".
> > Have any of you heard of such a thing or know someone I can contact for
> > this "unusual" question? Thank you, in advance. Cheryl
> > Cheryl Crowder, BA, HTL(ASCP)
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