Prenatal Array Study Participants Expect Results Will Lead to Revised Guidelines | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Participants in a National Institutes of Health-funded study that compared the ability of chromosomal microarrays and karyotyping to detect genetic abnormalities in fetal samples believe that the data set produced is robust enough to convince professional associations like the American College of Medical Genetics to revise their guidelines for prenatal testing in favor of expanded use of arrays.

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