Fluorescence In Situ Hybridisation (FISH)

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FISH is a well-established laboratory method that can be used for NTRK gene fusion testing. It is commonly used in cases where there is high clinical and/or morphologic suspicion of an NTRK3 fusion (infantile fibrosarcoma and breast secretory carcinoma).

An overview of the methodology, advantages, disadvantages and applications of FISH in NTRK gene fusion testing can be found by clicking on each link below.