PMID: 5886928Aug 28, 1965

An improved method for the characterization of human haemoglobin mutants: identification of alpha-2-beta-2-95GLU, haemoglobin N (Baltimore)

Nature
J B CleggD J Weatherall

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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