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Fetal Diagn Ther (2011) 29 (2): 135–138.
Published Online: 12 August 2010
..., UK Key Words -Fetoprotein Pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A Nuchal translucency Free -hCG Trisomy Human immunodeficiency virus Unconjugated oestriol Abstract Objective: To evaluate if levels of pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A (PAPP-A), free -hCG and nuchal translucency (NT...
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Fetal Diagn Ther (2006) 21 (4): 326–331.
Published Online: 06 June 2006
... screened for trisomy of chromosomes 21, 18, 13, and sex chromosome abnormalities, using QF-PCR. DNA from uncultured amniocytes was directly extracted using a modified alkaline lysis method. DNA from CVS was extracted by the phenol-chloroform procedure. Ten short tandem repeat (STR) markers were used...
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Fetal Diagn Ther (2004) 19 (6): 496–503.
Published Online: 04 November 2004
...S. El Mouatassim; M. Becker; S. Kuzio; C. Ronsin; S. Gil; M. Nouchy; L. Druard; F. Forestier Objective: Prenatal diagnosis of foetal trisomies is usually performed by cytogenetic analysis. This requires lengthy laboratory procedures and it is expensive. Here, we report a retrospective study...
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Fetal Diagn Ther (2001) 16 (4): 211–214.
Published Online: 07 June 2001
... cultivation (usually after 1–2 weeks). An alternative rapid method, inexpensive and suitable for diagnosing autosomal trisomies, is the quantitative fluorescence polymerase reaction (QF-PCR) using different polymorphic small tandem repeats (STRs) on CVS-DNA. Therefore, it was the aim of the study to evaluate...
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Fetal Diagn Ther (1999) 14 (2): 112–117.
Published Online: 25 March 1999
...) assays. Derived risks were then calculated. Cutoff risks were chosen first arbitrarily at 1/250 and then adjusted for a 5% false-positive rate. Results: Seven fetal aneuploidies were diagnosed, including 5 Down’s syndromes, 1 trisomy 18 and 1 triploidy. Three Down’s syndromes had concordant high risk...