The article, titled: Development and validation of concurrent preimplantatation genetic diagnosis for single gene disorders and comprehensive chromosomal aneuploidy screening
without whole genome amplification, describes the rigorous methods FEC employed to validate its test that can help couples at risk for having a child with a single gene disorder.
9] This technique also enabled us to provide rapid results with conclusive outcomes within 24 hours of receipt of the sample, [5,9,11,12] which is about half the time of fast FISH aneuploidy screening
, because it is possible to interpret the profiles of several samples in few minutes.
The ACOG/SMFM opinion adds that the cfDNA technology for prenatal aneuploidy screening
is rapidly changing, and that "any recommendations regarding its use in screening also will likely evolve quickly.
27, 2014, in the New England Journal of Medicine, titled "DNA Sequencing versus Standard Prenatal Aneuploidy Screening
," garnered a great deal of media attention focused on the use of maternal serum cell-free DNA screening, or noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT), for aneuploidy in average-risk patients.
Dr Gowri Ramanathan, Head of ObGyn, Director of Foetal Medicine, Danat Al Emarat Hospital for Women and Children, Abu Dhabi, UAE, will be deliberating on aneuploidy screening
in pregnancy at the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Conference during the Arab Health Recruitment & Training Fair organized by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions from 18-20 October 2014 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Fetal aneuploidy screening
by maternal plasma DNA sequencing: 'false positive' due to confined placental mosaicism.
Kevin Spencer, Aneuploidy Screening
in the First Trimester,
Dr Richard Scott, a specialist in 24 chromosome aneuploidy screening
, said the technique had advantages over other similar tests and had been used on far more embryos - about 6,000 to date.
They also cover assisted reproduction techniques, including discussion of the effects of obesity, and differing views on controversies in reproductive medicine such as the use of varicocelectomy surgery, aneuploidy screening
, and genetic screening.
The process is done through Aneuploidy Screening
, which tests whether there are any fetal chromosomal abnormalities.
The question was posed whether routine ultrasound would prove beneficial in a developing country, such as South Africa, where high rates of perinatal morbidity and mortality prevail (Department of Health, 2002:9; Berkowitz, 1993:1-3) and where routine aneuploidy screening
is not currently feasible.
Sex selection is increasingly being carried out by many of the commercial in vitro fertilization programs worldwide under the guise of aneuploidy screening