Trace Elements Ratio in Patients of Haemoglobinopathie

@inproceedings{Malakar2014TraceER,
  title={Trace Elements Ratio in Patients of Haemoglobinopathie},
  author={Ramdas Malakar and Manpreet Kour and Afroze Ahmed},
  year={2014}
}
ABSTRACT Introduction Haemoglobinopathies are inherited single gene disorders caused by genetic mutations that result in abnormal, disfunctional hemoglobin molecules or lower levels of normal haemoglobin molecules in red blood cells. The most common haemoglobinopathies are Thalassaemias and sickle cell disease (SCD) (Old, 2013). Thalassemia and other structural hemoglobinopathies are the major erythrocytic genetic disorders prevalent in certain parts of the world including India. While the… CONTINUE READING

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