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Rare autosomal trisomies detected by non-invasive prenatal testing

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PB is a consultant and holds stock options in Natera, Inc. He is also on an Advisory Board for Menarini Biomarkers.

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Benn, P. Rare autosomal trisomies detected by non-invasive prenatal testing. Eur J Hum Genet 30, 1318–1319 (2022).

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