Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 19th, 2009
"However, due to Culture failures or maternal contamination often no fetal karyotype can be obtained. Array comparative genomic hybridization can overcome some of these limitations. In this study, we analyzed 103 miscarriages by both T-banding and 1-Mb array comparative genomic hybridization. We found an overall abnormality rate of 35% (34 of 96). In a comparison of 70 samples that were successfully analyzed by both techniques, 54 (77%) had identical...
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