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[ClickPress, Thu Aug 29 2019] Global Cell-Free Fetal DNA Testing: Market Insights Cell-free fetal DNA testing is a screening test which is used to determine chromosomal abnormalities in infants.
The researchers found that cell-free RNA, CA-RNA, and CA-DNA were detected in the CSF of 4, 9, and 48 percent of participants, respectively.
The peer-reviewed manuscript, "Sensitivity of next-generation sequencing assays detecting oncogenic fusions in plasma cell-free DNA," was released online ahead of publication in Lung Cancer.
What's changed is that it's now easier to detect and sequence the small amounts of cell-free genetic material in the blood.
Today, at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT), Beckman Coulter announces this exclusive partnership with Apostle and revealed data demonstrating the outstanding performance of Apostle MiniMaxTMHigh Efficiency Cell-Free DNA Isolation Kit.
This licence covered the commercialisation of its proprietary eukaryotic cell-free protein expression technology.
The tests measure the activity of maternal, placental and foetal genes by assessing maternal blood levels of cell-free RNA, tiny bits of the messenger molecule that carry the body's genetic instructions to its protein-making factories.
The test that analyses free-floating DNA in blood may be able to detect early-stage lung cancer, a preliminary report from the ongoing Circulating Cell-Free Genome Atlas (CCGA) study suggests.
Three sequencing techniques, analysing cell-free DNA in the blood, were between 38% and 51% accurate at detecting early stage lung cancers, the research found.
Employ cell-free DNA testing at 27 weeks' gestation in your RhD-negative obstetric patients to reduce unnecessary use of anti-D immunoglobulin.
Advances in DNA detection methodologies have enabled the accurate assessment of circulating cell-free DNA (cfDNA).1 In transplantation, the quantification of donor-specific cfDNA (dscfDNA) can guide the noninvasive diagnosis of immunemediated rejection episodes (1).