About the book
The book "In-Situ Hybridization - From Current to Further Applications" is intended to provide an overview of emerging researchable issues related to the involvement of classical and novel in-situ hybridization methodologies that highlight recent research activities not only in the molecular cytogenetics of human neoplasias but also in species speciation.
The book will cover some general and specific aspects related with the generation, use and further perspectives derived in the field. Accordingly, the following different topics will be included such as, a) Core techniques; b) History landmarks; c) Applications for conventional and non-conventional organisms; d) Applications for genetic anomalies and medical science; e) ISH and cancer research and, finally, f) ISH and species evolution.
We shall aim to compile information from a diversity of sources to give some real examples extending the concepts in in-situ hybridization as a crucial step for understanding the organization, regulation and function of genes, thus stimulating new research ideas and trends in the relevant fields.