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Phenotypes from cell-free DNA.Academic Article Why?
Plasma Microbial Cell-free DNA Next Generation Sequencing in the Diagnosis and Management of Febrile Neutropenia.Academic Article Why?
Cell-Free Nucleic AcidsConcept Why?
Association between cell-free DNA fetal fraction and gestational diabetes.Academic Article Why?
Association of Fetal Fraction of Cell-Free DNA and Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy.Academic Article Why?
High levels of dd-cfDNA identify patients with TCMR 1A and borderline allograft rejection at elevated risk of graft injury.Academic Article Why?
Cell-Free DNA Next-Generation Sequencing Prediction of Response and Resistance to Third-Generation EGFR Inhibitor.Academic Article Why?
A cost-effectiveness analysis of cell free DNA as a replacement for serum screening for Down syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Analysis of Cell-Free DNA from 32,989 Advanced Cancers Reveals Novel Co-occurring Activating RET Alterations and Oncogenic Signaling Pathway Aberrations.Academic Article Why?
Validation of a Clinical-Grade Assay to Measure Donor-Derived Cell-Free DNA in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients.Academic Article Why?
Ramachandran, SrinivasPerson Why?
Clinical Utility of Cell-Free DNA for the Detection of ALK Fusions and Genomic Mechanisms of ALK Inhibitor Resistance in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.Academic Article Why?
A comprehensive characterization of the cell-free transcriptome reveals tissue- and subtype-specific biomarkers for cancer detection.Academic Article Why?
Assessment of laboratories offering cell-free (cf) DNA screening for Down syndrome: results of the 2018 College of American Pathology External Educational Exercises.Academic Article Why?
The association between anticoagulation therapy, maternal characteristics, and a failed cfDNA test due to a low fetal fraction.Academic Article Why?
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