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127) Once routinized, clinicians will portray NIPD tests, and women will experience them, as a routine and normal part of prenatal care.
In conclusion, we have demonstrated that targeted sequencing and RHDO analysis can be used for the NIPD of [beta]-thalassemia.
They either skip exchanges or sometimes skip entire treatment days when using CCPD or NIPD.
This technology has many potential advantages over other extraction methods for NIPD applications, including the ability to process and concentrate large volumes of sample (for example from 5mL to 40oL) and to enrich for small fragments of DNA.
NIPD, founded in October 2010, is a spinoff from CING.
Current clinical applications for NIPD are restricted to the identification of alleles present in the fetus but not in the mother (e.
Clinical trials in the NIPD field through an active participation of public and private players are provided to assess the research and innovation.
For more than a decade now, NIPD has been used routinely for pregnancies in which paternally inherited alleles require detection because their inheritance would indicate a clinical condition (for example, hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, hemophilia) [for reviews, see (2-7)].