The Treatment of Homozygous Beta Thalassaemia

  • Major C. M. BATE, C. R.A.M.
  • Published 2011
Tbe nature of the Thalassaemias IN a normal adult the main oxygen carrying pigment in the red cells is adult haemoglobin, or H b A. and consists of four central haem groups with four attached polypeptide chains. Two of these chains are designated ajpha chains and two beta chains. There is a further naturally occurring adult haemoglobin, Hb A 2, which… CONTINUE READING