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|Title:||Does quantitative heterogeneity of human fetal hemoglobin (Hb F) reveal friends or foes of KLF1 in globin gene switching?|
|Authors:||Felice, Alex E.|
Scerri, Christian A.
Patrinos, George P.
|Publisher:||The American Society of Hematology|
|Citation:||Felice, A. E., Galdies, R., Borg, J., Grech, G., Cassar, W., Scerri, C. A.,...Philipsen, S. (2011). Does Quantitative Heterogeneity of Human Fetal Hemoglobin (Hb F) Reveal Friends or Foes of KLF1 in Globin Gene Switching?. Blood, 118:1092.|
|Abstract:||The chemical heterogeneity of fetal hemoglobin (Hb F) due to variable ratios of the Gγ and Aγ globin subunits reflects genetic complexity because of common dimorphisms such as Hb F Sardegna (or Aγ75(E19) Ile>Thr; also known as AγT) in Caucasians, and common variants such the Gγ globin variant, Hb F Malta I (or Gγ117(G19) His>Arg) that is in tight linkage disequilibrium with the β globin variant Hb Valletta (or β87(F3) Thr>Pro) and is found in 1.8% of neonates from Malta.|
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