Published in Genetics and Environmental Law Weekly, August 4th, 2007
"Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) studies on both interphase and metaphase cells using the MLL ''break-apart'' and the centromeric chromosome 4 probes were instrumental in the characterization of an MLL gene rearrangement, which was cryptic by conventional cytogenetic analysis. Specifically, the FISH pattern was consistent with an insertion of the 5' region of the MLL gene into chromosome...
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