Clonal hematopoiesis and acquired genetic abnormalities of the red cell: An historical review
Source: Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases
Non-transfusion dependent HbE/β<sup>O</sup>-thalassemia as the results of co-existent SEA-α<sup>O</sup> thalassemia, Hb Constant Spring, and XmnI-<sup>G</sup>γ site: Thai family studies
Source: Journal of Associated Medical Sciences
Severe clinical picture in a cohort of six Brazilian children with hemoglobin Sβ-thalassemia IVS-I-5 G>A
Therapeutic genome editing of an aberrant splice site in β-thalassemia by CRISPR/Cas9 with multiple sgRNAs
Source: Genes and Diseases
Sickle cell disease and pregnancy
Source: Presse Medicale
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