*The population prevalence of AS is estimated at 1:12,000-1:24,000 [Mertz et al 2013].
Feasibility of Screening for Chromosome 15 Imprinting Disorders in 16 579 Newborns by Using a Novel Genomic Workflow [Godler et al 2022].
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