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martes, 6 de noviembre de 2012
Non-invasive fetal diagnostic tests, sequencing the fetal DNA in the mother's blood, are now being used in the US to predict Down Syndrome and other 'major' genetic anomalies. It is claimed that they only fail 0.5% of the time as opposed to 5% when using amniocentesis. There is nothing wrong with the technology itself, but it is worrying how easily this technology could justify termination.
In Conversation: Tufts Geneticist Diana Bianchi on Noninvasive Prenatal Testing - Bio-IT World
November 5, 2012|It is one year since the commercial debut of the first noninvasive prenatal test for aneuploidy by Sequenom, one of a handful of US companies developing methods to analyze cell-free fetal DNA circulating in the maternal blood. The first laboratory developed tests use massively paral...
VAMOS A ANALIZAR LOS DETALLES DE LOS GRANDES DISEÑADORES. ELIMINANDO LO ANODINO, Y LO POCO ORIGINAL;
HE SELECCIONADO, LO QUE A MI JUICIO MARCA TENDENCIA.
Incluso, puedes fabricarte tú, tus propios
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