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High genetic polymorphism of hemoglobin disorders in Laos. Complex phenotypes due to associated thalassemic syndromes
Impaired antioxidant defense in hemoglobin E-containing erythrocytes: a mechanism protective against malaria?
Separation of normal and abnormal hemoglobin chains by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography
Pathology of abnormal hemoglobin diseases seen in Thailand. I. Pathology of beta-thalassemia hemoglobin E disease
Genetic haemoglobin abnormalities in about 9000 Black and 7000 White newborns; haemoglobin F Dickinson (Agamma97His-Arg), a new variant
Hemoglobin and red cell enzyme variation in some populations of the Republic of Vietnam with comments on the malria hypothesis
Studies of the distribution of haemoglobin E, thalassaemias and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency in north-eastern Thailand
Molecular analysis of the beta-thalassemia phenotype associated with inheritance of hemoglobin E (alpha 2 beta2(26)Glu leads to Lys)
Haemoglobin E variants: a clinical, haematological and biosynthetic study of 4 South African families
Inhibition of the pentose phosphate shunt by 2,3-diphosphoglycerate in erythrocyte pyruvate kinase deficiency
Impaired pentose phosphate shunt function in sickle cell disease: a potential mechanism for increased Heinz body formation and membrane lipid peroxidation
Hemoglobin E diseases: hematological, analytical, and biosynthetic studies in homozygotes and double heterozygotes for alpha-thalassemia
Homozygous hemoglobin E mimics beta-thalassemia minor without anemia or hemolysis: hematologic, functional, and biosynthetic studies of first North American cases
Sickle cell-like crisis and bone marrow necrosis associated with parvovirus B19 infection and heterozygosity for haemoglobins S and E
Thalassaemic erythrocytes: cellular suicide arising from iron and glutathione-dependent oxidation reactions?
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