Molecular Karyotyping (aCGH) Service
Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH) is a high resolution karyotype analysis solution for the detection of unbalanced structural and numerical chromosomal alterations with high-throughput capabilities. Addition of SNPs can also detect polylpoidy, loss of heterozygosity, and uniparental disomy. This method has significantly high resolution, which overcomes the limitation of traditional karyotyping (G-banded) as even high resolution karytoypes are unreliable for detection of many known microdeletion syndromes which range from 3-5 Mb in size.
Creative Bioarray offers a wide range of Karyotyping Services (Traditional Karyotyping-G Banded, M-FISH, Molecular Karyotyping, etc) to meet your different needs. Creative Bioarray can provide you with the best research support in karyotyping analysis field.
- Detect chromosomal aberrations in tumor cells: aneuploidies, deletions, duplications, and/or amplifications of any locus represented on the array
- Monitorthe progression of tumors
- Detect submicroscopic aberrations
- High resolution
- High accuracy and sensitivity
- Competitive prices
- Fast turnaround time
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