This article has been updated with a comment from Sequenom regarding its rights to the technology.
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers from Sequenom, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Thailand’s Chiang Mai University have developed a prenatal PCR-based testing approach for detecting single gene mutations in fetal DNA found in maternal blood samples.

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