Aug 21, 1976

The sporadic case of haemophilia A

Lancet
R Biggs, C R Rizza

Abstract

Plasma samples from 41 mothers of haemophilic sons in "simplex families" (families with only one affected member) have been tested for factor VIII and factor-VIII-related antigen. The results suggest that 39 of these women are likely to be carriers of haemophilia.

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Factor VIII Procoagulant Activity
Hemophilia A
Antigens
Factor Viii Deficiency
Genealogical Tree

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