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Testing Chromosomes to Detect Diseases in Children - Ep. 526

  • Aired: 11/17/2010
  • 48:34
  • Rating: TV-G
Jennifer Laffin, Co-director of the Clinical Genetics Laboratories at the State Laboratory of Hygiene. Jennifer Laffin discusses her work with cytogenetics and molecular genetics to detect diseases in children. She talks about the types of testing she does and what the specimens reveal.
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Testing Chromosomes to Detect Diseases in Children - Ep. 526
Testing Chromosomes to Detect Diseases in Children - Ep. 526
Discover what they test and what they find when you send specimens to the lab.
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