New NEJM Paper Calls for Arrays to Become 'Standard of Care' in Prenatal Dx | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Microarrays can provide more clinically relevant information than traditional karyotyping, and should become the standard approach in prenatal diagnostics going forward, according to a paper appearing today in The New England Journal of Medicine from researchers at Columbia University Medical Center and elsewhere.

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