Overview of Five-Years of Experience Performing Non-Invasive Fetal Sex Assessment in Maternal Blood.

@article{PerladoMarina2013OverviewOF,
  title={Overview of Five-Years of Experience Performing Non-Invasive Fetal Sex Assessment in Maternal Blood.},
  author={Sara Perlado-Marina and Ana Bustamante-Aragon{\'e}s and Laura Horcajada and Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Trujillo-Tiebas and Isabel Lorda-S{\'a}nchez and Marta Ruiz Ramos and Javier Plaza and Marta Rodriguez de Alba},
  journal={Diagnostics},
  year={2013},
  volume={3 2},
  pages={283-90}
}
Since the discovery of the presence of fetal DNA in maternal blood, non-invasive fetal sex determination has been the test most widely translated into clinical practice. To date there is no agreement between the different laboratories performing such tests in relation to which is the best protocol. As a consequence there are almost as many protocols as laboratories offering the service, using different methodologies and thus obtaining different diagnostic accuracies. By the end of 2007, after a… CONTINUE READING