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Signature Genomics was the first laboratory to provide microarray-based cytogenetic diagnostics with our proprietary SignatureChip® and remains the leading innovator of microarray-based chromosome analysis.

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Learn more about non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) from our Partner, at the Verinata Health website »


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Learn more about carrier screening from our Partner, at the Good Start Genetics website»



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