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Several peer reviewed publications validate ARCEDI’s technology
Cell-based non-invasive prenatal testing for monogenic disorders: confirmation of unaffected fetuses following preimplantation genetic testing
Purpose: Proof of concept of the use of cell-based non-invasive prenatal testing (cbNIPT) as an alternative to chorionic villus sampling (CVS) following preimplantation genetic testing
Hydatidiform mole diagnostics using circulating gestational trophoblasts isolated from maternal blood
Background: In gestational trophoblastic disease, the prognosis is related to the genetic constitution. In some cases, taking a biopsy is contraindicated. Methods: In a pregnant
Objective: We aimed to develop cell-based NIPT for cystic fibrosis (CF) and test a pregnancy at risk of two common pathogenic variants. Method: A pregnant
In two cases, cell-based noninvasive prenatal testing (cb- NIPT) detected copy number variations (CNVs): a 7 Mb de- letion of 15q11q13 covering the Prader-Willi region
Cell-based non-invasive prenatal testing (cbNIPT) based on circulating fetal extravillous trophoblasts (fEVTs) has shown to be possible in gestational week (GW) 10–13. Prenatal testing is
Commentary on a combined approach to the problem of developing biomarkers for the prediction of spontaneous preterm labor that leads to preterm birth
Introduction: Globally, preterm birth has replaced congenital malformation as the major cause of perinatal mortality and morbidity. The reduced rate of congenital malformation was not
Introduction: Circulating fetal extravillous trophoblasts may offer a superior alternative to cell-free fetal DNA for noninvasive prenatal testing. Cells of fetal origin are a pure
Does Maternal Body Mass Index Affect the Quantity of Circulating Fetal Cells Available to Use for Cell-Based Noninvasive Prenatal Test in High-Risk Pregnancies?
We present the first study that investigates the effect of ma- ternal body mass index (BMI) on the quantity of circulating fetal cells available to
On the road to replacing invasive testing with cell‐based NIPT: Five clinical cases with aneuploidies, microduplication, unbalanced structural rearrangement, or mosaicism
Objective: Trophoblastic fetal cells harvested from maternal blood have the capacity to be used for copy number analyses in a cell‐based non‐invasive prenatal test (cbNIPT).
For decades it has been common knowledge that some cells from the developing fetus make their way into maternal circulation, and that this process starts
Objective Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) based on fetal cells in maternal blood has the advantage over NIPT based on circulating cell-free fetal DNA in that
The Number of Endovascular Trophoblasts in Maternal Blood Increases Overnight and after Physical Activity: An Experimental Study
Introduction: Fetal cells in maternal blood may be used for noninvasive prenatal diagnostics, although their low num- ber is a challenge. This study’s objectives were
Fetal Gender and Several Cytokines Are Associated with the Number of Fetal Cells in Maternal Blood – An Observational Study
Screening for fetal chromosome aneuploidies in high risk pregnancies has for decades been offered in many countries. Until now the sampling of fetal material for
Objective Fetal cells from the maternal circulation (FCMBs) have the potential to replace cells from amniotic fluid or chorionic villi in a diagnosis of common
Characterization of Fetal Cells from the Maternal Circulation by Microarray Gene Expression Analysis – Could the Extravillous Trophoblasts Be a Target for Future Cell-Based Non-Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis?
Introduction: Circulating fetal cells in maternal blood pro- vide a tool for risk-free, non-invasive prenatal diagnosis. However, fetal cells in the maternal circulation are scarce,
Objective Different fetal cell types have been found in the maternal blood during pregnancy in the past, but fetal cells are scarce, and the proportions of
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