More specifically, the essence of ISCN could instead be captured using three broad conceptual elements--process, structure, and technology--and their interrelationships (Arlbjorn et al.
The first element representing ISCN is the business processes embedded within the supply chain network.
Written for human cytogeneticists, technicians, and students, this volume updates, revises, and incorporates all previous ISCN
(International System for Human Cytogenic Nomenclature) human cytogenic nomenclature recommendations into one publication.
Shaffer L, Tommerup N, eds: ISCN
An International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature.
Efforts have been underway since the late 1950s to standardize nomenclature relating to human chromosomes, the latest by the ISCN
Committee and its advisers at an October 2008 meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, updating, revising, and incorporating all previous recommendations into this single systematically organized publication that supersedes all previous ISCN
recently completed a forum headlined by Robert Klein, Board Chair of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine.
(1991): guidelines for cancer cytogenetics, supplement to an International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature.
CA and cytogenetic variants were classified according to the ISCN
Following analysis of 25 metaphases, the karyotype was designated according to ISCN
2005 and reported as: 46,XY,del(9) (q22q34),t(8;17;21)(q22;q21;q22)[23)/46,XY[2) (Figure 1).
1995: an international system for human cytogenetic nomenclature (1995).
Chromosome abnormalities were designated and described according to the ISCN
(An International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature) 2005 .
2005: An International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (2005): Recommendations of the International Standing-Committee on Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature.