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Pathologic features associated with decreased longevity of mutant sphha/sphha mice with chronic hemolytic anemia: similarities to sequelae of sickle cell anemia in humans.

@article{Grossmann1993PathologicFA,
  title={Pathologic features associated with decreased longevity of mutant sphha/sphha mice with chronic hemolytic anemia: similarities to sequelae of sickle cell anemia in humans.},
  author={A. Grossmann and L. Maggio-Price and F. Shiota and D. Liggitt},
  journal={Laboratory animal science},
  year={1993},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={
          217-21
        }
}
A colony of sphha/sphha mice with congenital hemolytic anemia and an abnormality in erythrocyte spectrin assembly was screened to determine the cause of premature death. Sphha/sphha mice have decreased life span, with 50% of animals dying by 6 months of age. The phenotype of these mutant mice includes moderate anemia (hematocrit: 21 to 28%), reticulocytosis, leukocytosis, lymphocytosis, extensive extramedullary hematopoiesis in spleen and liver, lymph node hyperplasia and membranoproliferative… Expand
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