Guidelines for genomic array analysis in acquired haematological neoplastic disorders
Genes, Chromosomes & Cancer , Volume 55 - Issue 5 p. 480- 491
Genetic profiling is important for disease evaluation and prediction of prognosis or responsiveness to therapy in neoplasia. Microarray technologies, including array comparative genomic hybridization and single-nucleotide polymorphism-detecting arrays, have in recent years been introduced into the diagnostic setting for specific types of haematological malignancies and solid tumours. It can be used as a complementary test or depending on the neoplasia investigated, also as a standalone test. However, comprehensive and readable presentation of frequently identified complex genomic profiles remains challenging. To assist diagnostic laboratories, standardization and minimum criteria for clinical interpretation and reporting of acquired genomic abnormalities detected through arrays in neoplastic disorders are presented.
|Genes, Chromosomes & Cancer|
|Organisation||Department of Clinical Genetics|
Schoumans, J, Suela, J, Hastings, R, Muehlematter, D, Rack, K, Van Den Berg, E, … Stevens-Kroef, M. (2016). Guidelines for genomic array analysis in acquired haematological neoplastic disorders. Genes, Chromosomes & Cancer, 55(5), 480–491. doi:10.1002/gcc.22350