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  1. ACOG Opinion on Noninvasive Prenatal Genetic Testing

    Noninvasive Prenatal Testing for Fetal Aneuploidy ABSTRACT: Noninvasive prenatal testing that uses cell free fetal DNA from the plasma of pregnant women offers tremendous potential as a screening tool for fetal aneuploidy. Cell free fetal DNA testing should be an informed patient choice after pretest counseling and should not be...
  2. Choosing to Participate in Prenatal Screening for Down Syndrome

    New prenatal screening test for Down syndrome raises questions LEISA SCOTT IT RAINED the day they got the news. Big, pelting drops, as if some screenwriter well-versed in melodrama was dictating the scene. Annie Love couldn’t take the call. She’d been going “slowly nuts” waiting for diagnosis day to arrive...

Published Works

Ravgen’s work has been published in widely recognized and internationally accepted, peer reviewed journals. Review the publications on noninvasive fetal DNA testing:

Peer Reviewed Publications

New England Journal of Medicine: A Noninvasive Test to Determine Paternity in Pregnancy
    New England Journal of Medicine The LancetThe Journal of the American Medical Association

Publications

New England Journal of Medicine: A Noninvasive Test to Determine Paternity in Pregnancy. Our noninvasive prenatal DNA paternity test has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a widely recognized and internationally accepted, peer reviewed journal. In the Prosecution of Michael Roseboro, Ravgen’s prenatal DNA paternity test was used during the 2008 trial. Our Prenatal DNA Paternity technology was used in the prosecution of the Michael Roseboro trial of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Click the link above to see a description of how our prenatal paternity test was used in this case as told by true-crime novelist, M. William Phelps, in his 2011 book on this case.