Detection of intron 22 inversion by FISH on interphase nuclei of a haemophilic male (right, hemizygous, probe blue-green-red) and of a carrier female (left, heterozygous, probe showing normal and inverted sequence). Courtesy of Campbell Sheen, Peter George, Mark Smith, Canterbury Health Laboratories, Christchurch, New Zealand.
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