Research Demonstrates Potential for High-Throughput Fetal RhD Typing From Maternal Blood | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – High-throughput testing of fetal DNA in a Rhesus-D negative, pregnant woman’s blood can detect the vast majority of cases in which her fetus has an RhD positive blood group, new research suggests.

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