Medical Definition of In situ hybridisation

1. Use of a DNA or RNA probe todetect the presence of the complementaryDNA sequence in cloned bacterial or cultured eukaryotic cells.Also used for locating geneson chromosomes. The process is: Prepare microscope slide with cells in metaphase of mitosis, Treat slide with a weak base. Thus denaturing the DNA. Pour radioactively labelled probe onto the slide. Expose slide to photographic emulsion for a few days or weeks. Develop emulsion. (13 Oct 1997)



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