The Effect of IGF2 on Developing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
16 Dec 2014

Dr Clive Petry, a researcher from the Department of Paediatrics, University of Cambridge, and his team, investigated whether the polymorphic variation in the paternally transmitted fetal IGF2 gene is associated with increased maternal glucose concentrations in the third trimester of pregnancy. This case study outlines this research and how LGC Genomic’s KASP technology contributed to their findings.

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