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June 23, 2020
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Thermo Fisher Scientific

Independent Evaluation of Reproseq PGS

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Whether you are expecting or one day hope to be, genetic screening can help empower informed decisions about how to move forward in the future. The goal of PGT-A, as a science, is to identify those embryos with the greatest potential of resulting in healthy outcomes. Mr. Goodman presents his findings in a head to head study performed with Ion Torrent™ ReproSeq™ Assay compared to Illumina™ Veriseq™ Assay. He will discuss the high-resolution sequencing accuracy, data interpretation, and cost effectiveness of the ReproSeq Assay.

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