C Cell-free fetal DNA in the mater nal serum and plasma : current and evolving applications

@inproceedings{Aventa2009CCF,
  title={C Cell-free fetal DNA in the mater nal serum and plasma : current and evolving applications},
  author={Neil D. Aventa and Tracey E. Madgetta and Deborah G. Maddocksa and Peter W. Soothillb},
  year={2009}
}
  • Neil D. Aventa, Tracey E. Madgetta, +1 author Peter W. Soothillb
  • Published 2009
Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2009, 21:175–179 Purpose of review Free fetal nucleic acids, found in the plasma of every pregnant woman, have made a substantial impact on prenatal diagnosis. The past decade has seen the introduction of routine noninvasive prenatal diagnosis (NIPD) using DNA extracted from maternal plasma for a number of clinical complications of pregnancy, notably feto-maternal blood group incompatibility, fetal sexing and exclusion/detection of single-gene… CONTINUE READING
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