NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Looking to enter the fast-growing non-invasive prenatal diagnostics space, CellScape is eyeing a second-half 2014 commercial launch of its test, which detects for fetal aneuploidies, and more importantly, genetic disorders that currently require invasive methods for detection.

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