Uniquely higher incidence of isolated or combined deficiency of band 3 and/or band 4.2 as the pathogenesis of autosomal dominantly inherited hereditary spherocytosis in the Japanese population.

@article{Inoue1994UniquelyHI,
  title={Uniquely higher incidence of isolated or combined deficiency of band 3 and/or band 4.2 as the pathogenesis of autosomal dominantly inherited hereditary spherocytosis in the Japanese population.},
  author={Tetsufumi Inoue and Akihiro Kanzaki and Ayumi Yawata and Hideho Wada and Naoaki Okamoto and Masatomo Takahashi and T. Frank Sugihara and O. Yamada and Yoshihito Yawata},
  journal={International journal of hematology},
  year={1994},
  volume={60 4},
  pages={
          227-38
        }
}
To clarify the pathogenesis of hereditary spherocytosis (HS), red cell membrane protein components were analyzed by sodium dodecylsulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) with a 3.5-17% exponential gradient according to the method of Fairbanks et al. and of Laemmli in 47 HS cases from 32 unrelated Japanese families. The relative contents of each membrane protein fraction, which was stained by Coomassie blue, were expressed as their ratios to those of total membrane proteins. The… CONTINUE READING

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