RNA In Situ Hybridization

A presentation at RNA In Situ Hybridization in in United States by Hannah Cole

RNA In Situ Hybridization is a widely-applicable histology technique that utilizes a nucleic-acid based probe to localize to RNA sequences of interest, and allows for visualization of mRNA expression in cells or tissues. This technique can provide valuable special and temporal information regarding gene expression in situ, such as whether expression at the mRNA level is limited to a specific anatomic structure or cell type.