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Table 1 Probes used in FISH analysis

From: Is sperm FISH analysis still useful for Robertsonian translocations? Meiotic analysis for 23 patients and review of the literature

Patient Translocation Probes
P1 to P9 der(13;14)(q10;q10) LSI® 13q14 SG (Vysis®, ABBOTT) & TelVysion 14q SO (Vysis®, ABBOTT)
P10 to P14 der(13;15)(q10;q10) LSI® 13q14 SG (Vysis®, ABBOTT) & TelVysion 15q SO (Vysis®, ABBOTT)
aP10 and P11 der(13;15)(q10;q10) 13q32.1 orange (BlueGnome) & CEP 15 SA (Vysis®, ABBOTT)
P15 der(13;22)(q10;q10) 13q32.1 orange (BlueGnome) & LSI® 22 (BCR) SG (Vysis®, ABBOTT)
P16 and P17 der(14;15)(q10;q10) TelVysion 14q SO (Vysis®, ABBOTT) & CEP 15 SA (Vysis®, ABBOTT)
aP16 der(14;15)(q10;q10) Subtelomere 14q green (Cytocell Aquarius) & CEP 15 SA (Vysis®, ABBOTT)
P18 and P19 der(14;15)(q10;q10) TelVysion 14q SO (Vysis®, ABBOTT) & CEP 15 SA (Vysis®, ABBOTT)
P20 to P22 der(14;21)(q10;q10) TelVysion 14q SO (Vysis®, ABBOTT) & Subtelomere 21q green (Cytocell Aquarius)
P23 der(14;22)(q10;q10) Subtelomere 14q green (Cytocell Aquarius) & Tel22q SO (Amplitech)
  1. apatients for whom a second analysis was performed because of insufficient initial count