Cleveland Clinic Review Finds DNA Extraction Method Can Lead to Miscalled Constitutional CGH Results | GenomeWeb

While many in the cytogenetics world are concerned with array findings of unclear clinical significance, and how to communicate that information back to patients, a recent review conducted within Cleveland Clinic Laboratories found that it was the lab's sample preparation method that had actually led to skewed or unclear results.

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