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2019 Shine & Lal index as a predictor for early detection of beta-thalassemia carriers in a limited resource area in Bandung, Indonesia. SLI
2018 Capillary Electrophoresis Resolves Inconclusive HPLC Analysis for Hemoglobin Variants: a Study of Two Cases. CE, HPLC, RDB
2013 Molecular characterization of beta-thalassemia in four communities in South Gujarat--codon 30 (Gā€‰ā†’ā€‰A) a predominant mutation in the Kachhiya Patel community. ---
2009 [Study on the incidence of beta-Thalassemia and genotypes among children under 7 year-olds in Nanning, Liuzhou and Baise areas, Guangxi province]. ---
2008 Identification of a novel frameshift mutation at codon 53 (-T) in the beta-globin gene causing dominantly inherited beta-thalassemia in a Chinese Miao family. mRNA, RFLP
2007 Current status of thalassemia in minority populations in Guangxi, China. Hb
2005 Molecular genetic confirmatory testing from newborn screening samples for the common African-American, Asian Indian, Southeast Asian, and Chinese beta-thalassemia mutations. ARMS, HPLC, IEF
2003 The molecular basis for the thalassaemias in Sri Lanka. ---
2002 Beta-thalassemia in the Korean population. ---
10  1998 Congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Molecular characterization. ACRS, CAH, I236N, NC, PCR, SV, SW
11  1997 Identification of novel Asian Indian and Japanese mutations causing beta-thalassaemia in the Egyptian population. FS
12  1997 Relative levels of alpha-, beta-, and gamma-mRNA from patients with severe and intermediate beta-thalassemia major. ---
13  1996 Globin mRNA in beta-thalassemia heterozygotes with different beta-thalassemia alleles and in heterozygotes for hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin. HPFH, RT-PCR
14  1994 Molecular characterization of alpha-thalassemia determinants, beta-thalassemia alleles, and beta S haplotypes among Kuwaiti Arabs. ASO, LCR HS-2, thal
15  1994 The -158 (C-->T) promoter mutation is responsible for the increased transcription of the 3' gamma gene in the Atlanta type of hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin. HPFH, nt, RT/PCR