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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A growing number of clinical laboratories is providing noninvasive prenatal trisomy testing using cell-free DNA from maternal plasma, commonly referred to as NIPT. In Europe, in particular, such testing is often not performed by large centralized laboratories, like in the US, but by a variety of commercial and non-commercial entities.

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