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18 November 2010

Mom's DNA explains foetal abnormalities in miscarriage

When looking for genetic causes of a miscarriage, parental karyotyping might provide a clue even when the foetal tissue appears normal, researchers say.

When looking for genetic causes of a miscarriage, parental karyotyping might provide a clue even when the foetal tissue appears normal, researchers say.

Subtle kinds of abnormalities

 
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