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Compound heterozygosity for HbD Punjab and polyadenylation signal mutation causes clinically asymptomatic mild hypochromia and microcytosis



Compound heterozygosity for HbD Punjab and polyadenylation signal mutation causes clinically asymptomatic mild hypochromia and microcytosis



Annals of Hematology 89(6): 625-626




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Accession: 052269076

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PMID: 19727721

DOI: 10.1007/s00277-009-0827-2


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