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Proposed usage of animal tissue culture terms

(Revised 1978) Usage of vertebrate cell, tissue and organ culture terminology

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    Fedoroff, S. 1966. Proposed usage of animal tissue culture terms. In Vitro 2: 155–159.

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    Committee on Standardized Genetic Nomenclature for Mice. 1972. Standard karyotype of the mouse,Mus musculus. J. Hered. 63: 69–72.

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    Paris Conference (1971), Supplement (1975). Standardization in Human Cytogenetics. Birth Defects: Original Article Series, XI, 9, 1975. The National Foundation, New York. (Reprinted in: Cytogenet. Cell Genet. 1975. 15: 201–238.)

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    Committee for a Standardized Karyotype ofRattus norvegicus. 1973. Standard karyotype of the Norway rat,Rattus norvegicus. Cytogenet. Cell Genet. 12: 199–205.

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Terminology Committee Tissue Culture Association

1974 Committee members: June L. Biedler, Donald G. Murphy, Katherine Sanford, James E. Trosko, Hope E. Hopps (ad hoc), Joan M. Moehring (ad hoc) and Thomas J. Moehring (ad hoc).

1976 Committee members: Donald K. Dougall, Thomas J. Moehring, Katherine Sanford, Gary D. Stoner and James L. Vaughn.

The Committee wishes to acknowlege with special gratitude the help of Dr. Gretchen K. Darlington for reviewing and editing the cytogenetic terms and Dr. Margaret Hardy Fallding for reviewing and editing the organ and tissue culture terms.

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Schaeffer, W.I. Proposed usage of animal tissue culture terms. Tca Manual 4, 779–782 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00919854

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