NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers from the UK and the Netherlands have reported results from national studies involving noninvasive prenatal testing, the findings of which could potentially influence how NIPT is offered in those countries.

The researchers presented their study results at the European Society of Human Genetics conference this weekend in Glasgow, Scotland.

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