Detection of a case of Angelman syndrome caused by an imprinting error in 949 pregnancies analyzed for AS following IVF
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KeywordsImprinting disorders IVF Angelman syndrome prenatal diagnosis
Submitting labs include the following: Aurora Women’s Pavilion Perinatal Center, Baystate Medical Center Genetics Lab, Benefis Health Care East, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Carnegie Hill Imaging for Women, Carolinas Medical Center Parke Lab, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Center for Maternal and Fetal Medicine, Colorado Genetics Laboratory, Columbia University Medical Center, CombiMatrix Diagnostics, Community Medical Center, CytogenX, Duke University Medical Center, Fetal Diagnostic Institute, GeneCare, Genetics & IVF Institute, Integrated Genetics-Multiple sites, Johns Hopkins/Prenatal Diagnosis Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles, Kaiser Permanente Oakland, Kaiser Permanente of CO, Lab Corp of America, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Maimonides Medical Center, Marshfield Clinic, Mass. General Hospital, Michigan State Cytogenetics Lab, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, NY University Medical Center, Obstetrix Group of Colorado, Oregon Health & Science University, Palo Verde Laboratory, Permanente Group Genetics, Prenatal Diagnosis, Prenatal Diagnosis Pennsylvania Hospital, Prenatal Genetic Counseling, Presbyterian St. Lukes, Quest Diagnostics Nichols Inst., Reproductive Genetics Institute, Rocky Mountain Perinatal Associates, Southern CA Permanente Medical, St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, Stony Brook Hospital, Tacoma General Hospital Lab, Tricore Reference Laboratories, UC Davis Medical Center, UCLA Medical Center Clinical Labs CHS, UCSF, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, University of Utah, Wilford Hall Medical Center, and Yale School of Medicine. We appreciate referrals from the above and know the list is not complete.
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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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