Published in Cancer Weekly, June 28th, 2005
"Sections from archival formalin-fixed, paraffin wax-embedded human tissues are a valuable source for the study of the nuclear architecture of specific tissue types in terms of the three-dimensional spatial positioning and architecture of chromosome territories and sub-chromosomal domains," scientists in Germany explained.
In a study conducted by T. Wiech and coauthors at the University Hospital in Freiburg, "chromosome painting, centromeric, and locus-specific probes were hybridized to tissue microarrays prepared from formalin-fixed paraffin wax-embedded samples...
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