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Journal of Prenatal Medicine

Introducing the next generation sequencing in genomic amnio and villuos sampling.
The so called “Next Generation Prenatal Diagnosis” (NGPD)

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doi: 10.11138/jpm/2014.8.1.001
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  1. Introducing the next generation sequencing in genomic amnio and villuos sampling.
    The so called “Next Generation Prenatal Diagnosis” (NGPD)

    Giorlandino C., Mesoraca A., Bizzoco D., Dello Russo C., Cima A., Di Giacomo G., Cignini P., Padula F., Dugo N., D'Emidio L., Brizzi C., Raffio R., Milite V., Mangiafico L., Coco C., Carcioppolo O., Vigna R., Mastrandrea M., Mobili L.
    doi: 10.11138/jpm/2014.8.1.001
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