An autosomal dominant thrombocytopenia gene maps to chromosomal region 10p.


The increasing number of diagnosed cases of inherited thrombocytopenias, owing to the routine practice of including platelet counts in blood tests, suggests that this condition is not so rare as expected. In the majority of cases, the molecular basis of the disease is unknown, although the defect is likely to affect thrombocytopoiesis and regulation of the… (More)


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