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Comparative genomic hybridization
also called Comparative Genomic Hybridisation and has 3 more synonyms

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  1. The method is based on the hybridization of fluorescently labeled tumor DNA (frequently fluorescein (FITC)) and normal DNA (frequently rhodamine or Texas Red) to normal human metaphase preparations

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  2. Using epifluorescence microscopy and quantitative image analysis, regional differences in the fluorescence ratio of gains/losses vs. control DNA can be detected and used for identifying abnormal regions in the genome

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  3. capable of detecting loss, gain and amplification of the copy number at the levels of chromosomes

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  4. will detect only unbalanced chromosomes changes

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  5. CGH schema
    CGH schema

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