Georgia Hadjilambi

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Haemoglobinopathies are the most common monogenic diseases, posing a major public health challenge worldwide. Cyprus has one the highest prevalences of thalassaemia in the world and has been the first country to introduce a successful population-wide prevention programme, based on premarital screening. In this study, we report the most significant and(More)
Dear Editor, Detection of HbA2 levels is central to the diagnosis of thalassemias, so that identification of δ-globin alleles in a population is critical to national disease prevention and control [1]. Here, we report a novel δ-globin gene variant, HbA2[δN19K] or Hb Famagusta, distinguishable from normal δ-globin by high-performance liquid chromatography(More)
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