Chromosomal Microarrays in Prenatal Diagnosis: Time for a Change of Policy?

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Microarrays have replaced conventional karyotyping as a first-tier test for unbalanced chromosome anomalies in postnatal cytogenetics mainly due to their unprecedented resolution facilitating the detection of submicroscopic copy number changes at a rate of 10-20% depending on indication for testing. A number of studies have addressed the performance of… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/microarrays2040304

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