The separation probe is designed to detect the occurrence of "translocation" in genetic variation, which is often found in cancer cells. The separation probes target two regions of a specific gene sequence. Two types of fluorescence are usually used to label the two ends of the sequence separately. mark. When the gene sequence is complete (still close), the two fluorescent signals usually produce a fusion signal. When a gene translocation occurs, the two colors will separate. Our two-color separation FISH probes can help researchers track gene translocations quickly and reliably.