Hemoglobin J in an American Caucasian family of Swedish ancestry.


H EMOGLOBIN J was first reported in an American Negro family by Thorup et al.’ in 1956. Subsequently, it has been found in Indonesians,2’ East Indians,4’5 French-Canadians,6 Chinese,7 a Negro-Caucasian,5 and most recently in a family of Hawaiian-Chinese-Caucasian ancestry.’ The hemoglobin “Liberian I” described by Robinson et al.’” was formerly’ designated… (More)


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