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Title: The significance of quantitative HB epidemiology in public health genomics and genetic models of complex disease
Authors: Felice, Alex E.
Galdies, Ruth
Cassar, Wilhelmina
Pizzuto, Monica
Borg, Joseph
Bugeja, Marisa
Caruana, Mary Rose
Farrugia, Mario
Scerri, Christian A.
Keywords: Genomics
Human genetics -- Variation
Hemoglobin polymorphisms
Issue Date: 2009-11
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Felice, A. E., Galdies, R., Cassar, W., Pizzuto, M., Borg, J., Bugeja, M.,...Scerri, C. A. (2009). The significance of quantitative HB epidemiology in public health genomics and genetic models of complex disease. Malta Medical School Conference 2009, Malta. 37.
Abstract: Aims: We reviewed the data collected in over 20 years of Haemoglobin (Hb) testing to evaluate its significance with respect to the changing profile in Hb epidemiology, the impact of new molecular biology techniques and the new insight on globin gene control.
URI: http://www.um.edu.mt/umms/mmj/archive.php
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