S100B protein concentrations in cord blood: correlations with gestational age in term and preterm deliveries.

@article{Gazzolo2000S100BPC,
  title={S100B protein concentrations in cord blood: correlations with gestational age in term and preterm deliveries.},
  author={Diego Gazzolo and Paola Vinesi and Emanuela Marinoni and Romolo di Iorio and Mauro Marras and Mario Lituania and Pierluigi Bruschettini and Fabrizio Michetti},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={2000},
  volume={46 7},
  pages={998-1000}
}
individuals 4, 5, and 6 were HbA/S heterozygotes and homozygous for non-E; individuals 7, 8, and 9 were homozygous for both HbS and non-E; and individuals 10, 11, and 12 were HbA homozygotes and non-E/HbE heterozygotes. These data also demonstrate an additional advantage of this multiplexed fluorescent bead arraybased approach. Because it is very rare for an individual to be negative for all four of the b-globin alleles being assessed in this study, the majority of samples will yield positive… CONTINUE READING

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