Study reveals non-invasive prenatal genetic test is accurate
The WSU researchers wrote that their non-invasive testing method - Trophoblast Retrieval and Isolation from the Cervix (TRIC) - offers the accuracy of more invasive tests, such as the needle-directed amniocentesis, and can also be utilized five to 10 weeks earlier than current testing modalities.

TRIC was first publicized in 2014 in studies led by principal investigator and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology D. Randall Armant, Ph.D. The method isolates several hundred fetal cells that migrate from the placenta into the uterus using a retrieval technique akin to the common Pap smear, and can be done as early as five weeks into pregnancy....
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