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Peptide Nucleic Acid - Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization

See under PNA-FISH.

Abbreviation for "Peptide Nucleic Acid - Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization". A peptide is an organic chemical compound resulting from a combination of several amino acids arranged in a defined order (sequence). It is a method by which certain DNA and RNA sequences can be localised in tissues, cells, cell nuclei and chromosomes in minute amounts. An artificially produced probe made of a nucleic acid is used to "hybridize" the...

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