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Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) can help identify subtle or sub-microscopic structural rearrangements, variant chromosomes, and low-frequency abnormalities not readily detectable by classic cytogenetics. FISH incorporates three technologies – cytogenetics, DNA hybridization, and fluorescent microscopy – to provide a uniquely informative combination of resolution and breadth. FISH is also called Molecular Cytogenetics.
NeoGenomics has provided high-quality FISH testing for over a decade. We provide our clients a full menu of panels and probes with flexible ordering options to enable rapid and cost-effective characterization of solid tumors, leukemias, lymphomas, and myeloid disorders. We pioneered technical-only FISH testing in the mid-2000s and have since completed well over 100,000 tech-only cases with our clients.
Acceptable specimen types vary by test, so please check details for the test of interest. NeoGenomics’ FISH testing is routinely performed on the following specimens:
FISH tests can be ordered as disease-specific panels, and probe sets within panels may be ordered individually for detection of single abnormalities. Probes are available on a global and tech-only basis, with the very few global-only exceptions noted in the detailed online description of that test.
See our full list of FISH tests with printable descriptions and specimen requirements.
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