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Globin-gene mapping of DNA from 13 families with normal Hb A2 beta-thalassaemia (both type 1 and type 2) failed to detect any difference from normal in their globin-gene arrangement. We conclude that deletions such as those responsible for gamma beta-thalassaemia or a 'silent' Hb Lepore are not responsible for this type of beta-thalassaemia in Greece.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Br J Haematol

Volume

51

Pages

59 - 64