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dc.contributor.authorGaldies, Ruth-
dc.contributor.authorCassar, Wilhelmina-
dc.contributor.authorPizzuto, Monica-
dc.contributor.authorScerri, Christian A.-
dc.contributor.authorFelice, Nicholas-
dc.contributor.authorCassar, Olivianne A.-
dc.contributor.authorButtigieg, George-
dc.contributor.authorFelice, Alex E.-
dc.identifier.citationGaldies, R., Cassar, W., Pizzuto, M., Scerri, C. A., Felice, N., Cassar, O. A.,...Felice, A. E. (2010). Hb Valletta [β87 (F3) Thr→ Pro] and Hb Marseille/Long Island [β2 (NA2) His→ Pro;(–1) Met-(+ 1) Val-(+ 2) Pro-Leu], in a Unique Compound Heterozygote with a Normal Hemoglobin Phenotype. Hemoglobin, 34(2), 169-174.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThis study refers to the quantitative hemoglobin (Hb) phenotype of a 19-year-old female with Hb Valletta [β87(F3)Thr→Pro] in association with HbMarseilleLong Island [β2(NA2)His→Pro; (1)Met-(1)Val-(2)Pro- Leu] and a normal Hb electrophoretogram. The data serve to alert investigators to the possibility that relatives with apparently normal Hb phenotypes may be transmitting mutant alleles and suggest methods for identification.en_GB
dc.publisherTaylor & Francisen_GB
dc.subjectHemoglobin polymorphismsen_GB
dc.titleHb Valletta [β87 (F3) Thr→ Pro] and Hb Marseille/Long Island [β2 (NA2) His→ Pro;(–1) Met-(+ 1) Val-(+ 2) Pro-Leu], in a unique compound heterozygote with a normal hemoglobin phenotypeen_GB
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