Stanford Team Develops Fetal Genome Sequencing Method | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers from Stephen Quake's laboratory at Stanford University have a published a method in Nature describing a way to noninvasively sequence a fetal genome and identify clinically relevant alleles without prior knowledge of paternal genetic data.

The method builds on a previous technique published by the Quake team last year in Nature Biotechnology that uses microfluidics to phase chromosomes.

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