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Validating the test for routinely screened populations will simplify the decision of women and caregivers to choose the NIPT of circulating cell-free fetal DNA in the maternal circulation as the "go-to" preferred approach of aneuploidy prenatal screening.
b) Amount of fetal DNA cleared from maternal circulation during the studied time interval (see Tables 7 and 8 in the online Data Supplement for the calculation).
The effect of DYS-14 copy number variations on extracellular fetal DNA quantification in maternal circulation.
Thus, about 3 g of syncytial tissue travels into the intervillous space and into the maternal circulation each day.
During this process, it is possible that the miRNAs are released into the maternal circulation, as seen in the present study.
The assays currently available are primarily designed for another purpose: detection of fetal red cells in the maternal circulation, for prevention and treatment of maternal alloimmunization, or immune sensitization from exposure to paternal (foreign) antigens expressed by the fetus.
LISB0N -- The relatively recent discovery that fetal cells and fetal DNA enter the maternal circulation is laying the groundwork for several new fetal and maternal screening tests.
Fetal AFP enters the maternal circulation by placental transfer and by diffusion across placental membranes.
The detection of male-specific DNA in the plasma of pregnant women demonstrated the presence of cell-free fetal DNA (cffDNA) [3] in the maternal circulation (1).
Between 1994 and 1998 he was a consultant to Applied Imaging (Santa Clara, CA) on research to develop a prenatal test using fetal cellular material in the maternal circulation.
The complication arises when amniotic fluid leaks into the central maternal circulation, usually during labor as a result of tears in the lower uterine segment.
The test is based on the denaturation of hemoglobin by alkaline solutions, the same technique that is used to detect fetal cells in the maternal circulation.

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