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Genetic Technologies | Date: 2010-12-22

The present invention relates to a method of enriching free fetal nucleic acids from a cervical sample. The enriched fetal nucleic acids can be used in a variety of procedures including, detection of a trait of interest such as a disease trait, or a genetic predisposition thereto, gender typing and parentage testing.


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Genetic Technologies | Date: 2013-09-18

Methods of treating an individual exhibiting a medical condition are disclosed. The methods involve determining a score of an individual based on the individuals genotypic information, comparing the score to at least one threshold value, wherein the result of the comparison is indicative of a beneficial response to a treatment, and providing a suitable treatment to the individual.


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Genetic Technologies | Date: 2010-04-20

The present invention relates to a method of enriching fetal nuclei from a sample. Enriched fetal nuclei can be used in a variety of procedures including, detection of a trait of interest such as a disease trait, or a genetic predisposition thereto, gender typing and parentage testing.


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Genetic Technologies | Date: 2013-01-24

Methods of treating an individual exhibiting a medical condition are disclosed. The methods involve determining a score of an individual based on the individuals genotypic information, comparing the score to at least one threshold value, wherein the result of the comparison is indicative of a beneficial response to a treatment, and providing a suitable treatment to the individual.


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Genetic Technologies | Date: 2012-03-06

The present invention relates to methods of enriching fetal cells from a pregnant female. The present invention relates to removing, from a sample, cells that comprise at least one MHC molecule. The present invention also relates to methods that rely on using telomerase, mRNA encoding components thereof, as well as telomere length, as markers for fetal cells. Enriched fetal cells can be used in a variety of procedures including, detection of a trait of interest such as a disease trait, or a genetic predisposition thereto, gender typing and parentage testing.

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