Dual Color Probes

Our dual color FISH probes allow for the detection of two genetic loci in a single sample, with a different color dye assigned to each probe. This is useful for cases where multiple genes or regions need to be identified, including when testing for gene translocations and fusions: translocations will result in splitting of the two colors, while fusions will show them merged into a single signal. A dual color mix can also serve as a control/CNV combination, with the control localizing to the same chromosome as the CNV probe to verify that it’s hybridized to the correct locus.