Baby’s genome deciphered prenatally from parents’ lab tests

| June 8, 2012
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Scientists have successfully sequenced the genome of a baby in the womb without tapping its protective fluid sac. This non-invasive approach to obtaining the fetal genome is reported in the June 6 issue of Science Translational Medicine, a journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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