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Congenital anomalies cause ~7% of all neonatal deaths, many of which have no identified pathophysiological cause. Because accurate and robust laboratory tests are unavailable for most birth defects, physicians rely on imaging such as ultrasound and MRI. Biomarkers from human body fluids are considered a powerful diagnostic tool to assess human disease and health as it mirrors an individual's condition. Minimally invasive 'liquid biopsies' from blood samples are highly valuable for diagnosis,doi:10.1038/s41390-019-0429-1 pmid:31091529 fatcat:n3p4anasvjcs3lii324balvipm