This quiz relates to the Research Techniques Made Simple article “FLUORESCENCE IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION (FISH)” published in the May 2013 issue of the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.
1. What does FISH detect?
a. Protein structure abnormalities
b. Specific chromosome copy number aberrations
c. Presence of specific antigens
d. Presence of complement
2. Where does the FISH probe localize to?
a. Golgi apparatus
c. Cell membrane
3. What is the FISH probe composed of?
d. Nucleic acids
4. What is the maximum number of FISH probes that can be used in a single experiment?
1. The correct answer is b: Specific chromosome copy number aberrations
2. The correct answer is d: Nucleus
3. The correct answer is d: Nucleic acids
4. The correct answer is c: Four