An "International Workshop on Genomic Instability: Basic and Applied Aspects" was jointly organized by Environmental Mutagen Society of India (EMSI) and School of Bio-sciences and Technology, Vellore Institute of Technology under the guidance of Prof. Wilner Martinez-Lopez (Biological Research Institute “Cemente Estable”-Uruguay, IIBCE) and Prof. Radha Saraswathy (School of Bio-sciences and Technology, VIT).
XCyting Chromosome Paint
- Order Number
- Package Size
- 200 µl (20 Tests)
Probe mix containing whole chromosome paints (XCP) specific for chromosome 1 labeled with an orange emitting fluorophore, chromosome 2 with a green emitting fluorophore, and chromosome 4 with a combination of the 2 fluorophores.
Probe map details based on UCSC Genome Browser GRCh37/hg19. Map components not to scale.
Ionizing radiation exposure gives rise to a variety of lesions in DNA that result in genetic instability and potentially tumorgenesis or cell death. At present, a particular interest of biological dosimetry is to establish a methodology to indicate interindividual sensitivity of people to ionising radiation. Current dose and risk estimates derived using cytogenetic methods and adequate calibration curves, are based on the assumption that all individuals respond equally to radiation. However, this is not necessarily the case. Individual increased radio sensitivity has been highly associated with susceptibility to cancer; therefore it is of particular interest to elucidate the mechanisms leading to such genetic changes.
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- Huber et al (2011) Radiat Oncol 6:doi:10.1186/1748-717X-6-32