List of Color Pages

Color pages to follow p. 48

Color Page 1. Fig. 2, Chapter 1: Triple-color PRINS by omitting the blocking step for simultaneous detection of three different chromosomes in a normal sample using the bio-dig-bio labeling order and avidin-fluorescein/anti-dig-rhodamine system. (See full caption on p. 6 and discussion on p. 4.)

Color Page 2. Fig. 3, Chapter 1: Human telomere signals detected by double-strand PRINS. (See full caption on p. 7 and discussion on p. 4.)

Fig. 1, Chapter 2: Combined PRINS and PNA labeling on a chromosome spread. (See full caption on p. 20 and discussion on p. 19.)

Color Page 3. Fig. 1, Chapter 5: Rolling-circle PRINS from padlock probes. (See discussion on p. 42.)

Color Page 4. Fig. 2, Chapter 5: Detection of a gene in the long arm of human chromosome 6. (See full caption and discussion on p. 45.)

Color Page 5. Fig. 1, Chapter 6: Principles of the multicolor PRINS reaction (modified from Yan [10]). (See full caption on p. 51 and discussion on p. 50.)

Color Page 6. Fig. 2, Chapter 6: Examples of in situ PRINS labeling of human sperm nuclei. (See full caption on p. 57 and discussion on p. 56.)

Color Page 7. Fig. 1, Chapter 11: (A) Example of DMD gene and X centromer labeling in chromosome and nucleus using PRINS and FISH protocols. (See full caption on p. 117 and discussion on pp. 117 and 118.) Fig. 1, Chapter 14: Dual-color PRINS labeling on chromosome-X (red signal) and Y (green signal) of a fetal nucleus from maternal blood from a woman carrying a male fetus. (See full caption and discussion on p. 147.)

Color Page 8. Fig. 1, Chapter 15: Four-color PRINS labeling of human oocyte chromosomes using the labeling order FITC/TRITC/FITC/Cascade Blue. (See full caption on p. 158 and discussion on p. 157.)

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