NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Good Start Genetics has expanded its exclusive license of an aneuploidy screening test and related know-how from Johns Hopkins University to include applications in noninvasive prenatal testing, the company said today.

Last December, Good Start Genetics licensed the approach, called FAST-SeqS for Fast Aneuploidy Screening Test-Sequencing System, for preimplantation genetic screening of embryos.

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