Sickle cell anemia a molecular disease
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Globin gene transfer for the treatment of severe hemoglobinopathies: a paradigm for stem cell-based gene therapy
Segregation of normal and pathological human red blood cells, lymphocytes and fibroblasts by immobilized metal-ion affinity partitioning
Properties of a recombinant human hemoglobin double mutant: sickle hemoglobin with Leu-88(beta) at the primary aggregation site substituted by Ala
"Inborn errors of metabolism" and "chemical individuality", two ideas of Sir Archibald Garrod briefly revisited 50 years after his death
Comparison of the haemoglobin and gamma globulin molecule from the aspect of structure and the genetic control of synthesis
Hypoxaemia affects male reproduction: a case study of how to differentiate between primary and secondary hypoxic testicular toxicity due to chemical exposure
Direct analysis of α- and β-chains of hemoglobins from mammalian blood samples by nanoESI mass spectrometry during in-capillary proteolytic digestion
Optical rotation and viscosity of native and denatured proteins. IV. Fractions of serum albumin and gamma-globulin from various sources
The relation between age and renal concentrating capacity in sickle cell disease and hemoglobin C disease
Protein polymorphisms detected by two-dimensional electrophoresis: an analysis of overall informativeness of a panel of linkage markers
Analysis of ras oncogene products by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis: evidence for protein families with distinctive molecular forms
Applications of eTag trade mark assay platform to systems biology approaches in molecular oncology and toxicology studies
Anemia develops when your blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells. Anemia of inflammation (AI, also called anemia of chronic disease) is a common, typically normocytic, normochromic anemia that is caused by an underlying inflammatory disease. Here is the latest research on anemia.