Haíssam Rahil

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Prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities by cytogenetic analysis is time consuming, expensive, and requires highly qualified technicians. Rapid diagnosis of aneuploidies followed by reassurance for women with normal results can be performed by molecular analysis of uncultured foetal cells in less than 24 h. Today, all molecular techniques developed(More)
Prenatal diagnosis of fetal trisomy 21 is usually performed by cytogenetic analysis. This requires lengthy laboratory procedures, high costs and is unsuitable for large-scale screening of pregnant women. Today, trisomy 21 can be rapidly diagnosed within 24 h by molecular analysis of uncultured fetal cells using the semi-quantification of fluorescent PCR(More)
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