FISH testing is a molecular cytogenetic analysis that identifies specific chromosomal abnormalities by evaluating the presence or absence of fluorescence labeled signals in metaphase chromosomes or interphase nuclei.
FISH results for rapid diagnosis of aneuploidy are typically provided within 24-48 hours from the receipt of the specimen.
To help ensure the quality of the test, a genetic test should be done with a dedicated sample whenever possible i.e.
a sample collected specifically for that test rather than a sample that is used for multiple tests.
Goldfish and tropical fish can be given tubular worms, frozen brine shrimp, and freeze dried worms (if they do not contain fillers).