Fluorescent in situ hybridization detects the DNA of the proto-oncogene myc (green) and immunoglobulin lambda gene (red) loci in human lymphoblasts. Nuclear DNA (blue) was stained using DAPI. Composite single cell array images are used to study the three-dimensional organization of genomes in the cell nucleus. Fluorescence signals were visualized on a Nikon Eclipse 800 upright microscope.
Jeffrey Roix and Tom Misteli, National Cancer Institute, NIH, Bethesda, MD
#41011 (Eosin), #41027 (Calcium Crimson) and #31000 (DAPI).