International Journal of Hematology-Oncology and Stem Cell Research 2017. 11(2):164-171.

Xmn1-158 γGVariant in B-Thalassemia Intermediate Patients in South-East of Iran
Ebrahim Miri-Moghaddam, Sara Bahrami, Majid Naderi, Ali Bazi, Morteza Karimipoor

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Background: Xmn-1 polymorphism of


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Xmn-1 polymorphism; β-thalassemia intermediate; Hemoglobin F

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