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Figure 7: Correlation between the traditional method of analyzing fluorescence in situ hybridization and GenASIs capture and analysis system for the IGH-MYC fluorescence in situ hybridization probe. Positive (filled) and negative (open) samples are shown. The 1 fused and 2 fused rearranged cutoff for the GenASIs capture and analysis system are shown in gray

Figure 7: Correlation between the traditional method of analyzing fluorescence <i>in situ</i> hybridization and GenASIs capture and analysis system for the IGH-MYC fluorescence <i>in situ</i> hybridization probe. Positive (filled) and negative (open) samples are shown. The 1 fused and 2 fused rearranged cutoff for the GenASIs capture and analysis system are shown in gray