In situ hybridization is a powerful technique used to characterize and locate nucleic acid sequences within the cell. These methods of molecular cytogenetics have become increasingly important over the last 10 years, and have had an important impact on many different areas of the life sciences.
Practical in situ Hybridization is aimed at researchers who wish to use efficient and reliable protocols in their work and those who need to check the validity and interpretation of published data. This book presents a reliable, tried-and-tested approach to the methodologies in current use in many laboratories. The book has a user-friendly and open format for easy access to information, comprehensive coverage of many in situ hybridization techniques, full color sections illustrating results clearly, and an extensive guides to troubleshooting
The book is an invaluable guide for all researchers who need to understand the principles and practice of in situ hybridization.