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Dealing with misattributed parentage in the clinical genetics laboratory Listen

Laboratory and clinical geneticists have long dealt with the occasional discovery of misattributed parentage among patients and their families. With more and more genome scale testing being done, including microarray analysis and now exome and genome sequencing, such discoveries are increasing in frequency. But how are (and how should) such findings be dealt with? Listen to this month's GenePod, GIM's monthly podcast, as Cynthia Graber, the GenePod editor, explores this thorny issue with the authors of a recent article in GIM that investigates how laboratories proceed in the face of unexpectedly discovering misattributed parentage.

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