A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Yi Zhou, Zhongyi Zhu, Ya Gao, Yuying Yuan, Yulai Guo, Lijun Zhou, KaiKai Liao, Jun Wang, Bole Du, Yumei Hou, Zhonglin Chen, Fang Chen, Hongyun Zhang, Cong Yu, Lijian Zhao, T K Lau, Fuman Jiang, Wei Wang. Reprod Sci 2015
Times Cited: 56



Mary C Livergood, Kay A LeChien, Amanda S Trudell. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2017
Times Cited: 38




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Low fetal fraction in obese women at first trimester cell-free DNA based prenatal screening is not accompanied by differences in total cell-free DNA.
Raj Shree, Teodora R Kolarova, Hayley J MacKinnon, Jaclynne M Hedge, Elena Vinopal, Kimberly K Ma, Christina M Lockwood, Suchitra Chandrasekaran. Prenat Diagn 2021
2

The Effect of Maternal Obesity on Placental Cell-Free DNA Release in a Mouse Model.
Mohak Mhatre, Sharareh Adeli, Errol Norwitz, Sabrina Craigo, Mark Phillippe, Andrea Edlow. Reprod Sci 2019
6

Cell-Free DNA: Screening for Single-Gene Disorders and Determination of Fetal Rhesus D Genotype.
Kristin D Gerson, Barbara M O'Brien. Obstet Gynecol Clin North Am 2018
5

The association between anticoagulation therapy, maternal characteristics, and a failed cfDNA test due to a low fetal fraction.
Whitney Burns, Nathanael Koelper, Andrea Barberio, Mary Deagostino-Kelly, Michael Mennuti, Mary D Sammel, Lorraine Dugoff. Prenat Diagn 2017
30


Influence of Body Mass Index on Fetal Fraction Increase With Gestation and Cell-Free DNA Test Failure.
Daniel L Rolnik, Yuanqi Yong, Timothy J Lee, Cheryl Tse, Andrew C McLennan, Fabricio da Silva Costa. Obstet Gynecol 2018
13

Not all low fetal fraction cell-free DNA screening failures are at increased risk for aneuploidy.
Samantha Caldwell, Eyad Almasri, Lindsey Schmidt, Chen Xu, Brittany Dyr, Jenna Wardrop, Philip Cacheris. Prenat Diagn 2021
1