Hybridization of MYC TC break probe to a tissue section showing abarrant pattern (1GBR1G1BR).

RUO - MYC (8q24) Triple-Color, Break (tissue)

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Rearrangements of the proto oncogene MYC c-myc) have been consistently found in Burkitt's lymphoma tumor cells. In cases with the common t(8;14) chromosomal translocation, the MYC gene is translocated to chromosome 14 and rearranged with the immunoglobulin heavy chain genes; the breakpoint occurs 5' to the MYC gene and may disrupt the gene itself. In Burkitt's lymphoma showing the variant t(2;8) or t(8;22) translocations, the genes coding for the k and l immunoglobulin light chain are translocated to v-myc avian myelocytomatosis viral oncogene homolog (MYC or c-myc) chromosome 8. The MYC (8q24) Break probe is optimized to detect rearrangements involving the 8q24 locus in a triple-color, split assay on formalin fixed paraffin embedded tissue.

References:
Fabris et al, 2003, Genes Chromosomes Cancer, 37;261-269.
Hummel et al, 2006, N Engl J Med, 354; 2419-30.

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MYC (8q24) Triple-Color, Break (tissue)
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Triple Color > Red, Blue, Green
Tissue
Translocation
Gene Region-Specific
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