Spectral Karyotyping
Due to the high spectral resolution, Spectral Karyotyping (HiSKY) can detect and identify many colors simultaneously.  Spectral Karyotyping is an example where each of the 24 different chromosomes is identified.

The system is used intensively in cancer research and in pre- and postnatal analysis.

Spectral karyotyping: example



The power of Spectral Karyotyping (HiSKY)  is demonstrated below: three pairs of chromosomes
are labeled with red colors that cannot be distinguished by the eye. Spectral Karyotyping (HiSKY)
easily identifies the different pairs based on the different spectrum of the colors.









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