Gene Expression: RNA In Situ Hybridization (ISH)

Baylor College of Medicine Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Center
Gene Expression: RNA In Situ Hybridization (ISH)

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Core Personnel
Core Director: Christina Thaller, M.S.

Core Keywords
RNA In Situ Hybridization; Gene Expression

Core Description
The core provides equipment and services to determine gene expression patterns in mouse tissues. Moreover, the core will collect (or assist in collecting) specimens (normal, mutant and pathologic samples), prepare frozen sections, carry out In Situ Hybridization (ISH) and document expression patterns by microscopy. In addition, and upon request, the core will produce templates and riboprobes utilized for the in situ hybridization experiment.

The high-throughput technology on which this core facility is based is one of a kind.  A description of those features that distinguish it from the standard ISH process can be found on the Baylor College of Medicine RNA In Situ Hybridization web page.

Last Edited: 02/15/06 12:00 AM by Celine Coutte