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    In SituHybridization

    • Last Update: 2020-12-04
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    In situ
    hybridization is a method used to localize nucleic acid sequences in cells or tissue sections. The first
    in situ
    hybridization experiments were described by two groups of researchers in 1969, John et al. and Gall and Pardue (reviewed in ref.
    ). Radioactively labeled RNA probes were used to localize specific
    sequences within the nuclei of
    Xenopus laevis
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