fluorescence plus Giemsa stain

German: Fluoreszenz-plus-Giemsa-Färbung
Japanese: 蛍光+ギムザ染色

Histology. A stain technique used to detect sister chromatid exchange. Cells are grown in culture medium with bromodeoxyuridine that is incorporated during DNA synthesis instead of thymidine. After chromosome preparation and staining in the dye Giemsa, differences in darkly and brightly stained chromatids are visible indicating sister chromatid exchanges.

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