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Figure 4: Correlation between the traditional method of analyzing fluorescence in situ hybridization and GenASIs capture and analysis system for the LSI-MYC fluorescence in situ hybridization probe. Positive (filled), negative (open), and borderline (gray) samples are shown. The positive cutoff for the GenASIs capture and analysis system is shown in black, and the negative cutoff is shown in gray

Figure 4: Correlation between the traditional method of analyzing fluorescence <i>in situ</i> hybridization and GenASIs capture and analysis system for the LSI-MYC fluorescence <i>in situ</i> hybridization probe. Positive (filled), negative (open), and borderline (gray) samples are shown. The positive cutoff for the GenASIs capture and analysis system is shown in black, and the negative cutoff is shown in gray