domingo, 15 de septiembre de 2013



50 Years of Newborn Screening: From Saving Lives to Population Health Research

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CDC information on newborn screening
Each year, millions of babies in the U.S. are routinely screened, using a few drops of blood from the newborn's heel, for certain genetic, endocrine, and metabolic disorders
CDC podcast: Newborn screening program - role of laboratories
Newborn Screening Translational Research Network (NBSTRN):External Web Site Icon Connecting researchers to resources
Association for Public Health Laboratories: Newborn screening blog post storiesExternal Web Site Icon
Save babies through screening foundation:External Web Site Icon Working to prevent disabilities and death resulting from disorders detectable through newborn screening tests
From newborn screening to population health research: implementation of the Michigan BioTrust for healthExternal Web Site Icon
Langbo C, et al. Public Health Rep 2013 Sep;128(5):377-84
NIH program explores the use of genomic sequencing in newborn healthcare,External Web Site Icon NIH, Sep 4
US funds pilots of genomic sequencing in newborn screening,External Web Site Icon PHG Foundation, Sep 4
Growing up genomic: What happens when you know all a baby’s genes?External Web Site Icon By Carey Goldberg, Common Health, Sep 4
Sequenced from the startExternal Web Site Icon
Nature 2013 Sep 11

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