Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Inherited Hemoglobin Disorders

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Anjana Munshi
Anjana Munshi

Central University of Punjab,
India

Published11 November 2015

Doi10.5772/59742

ISBN978-953-51-2198-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-7261-1

Copyright year2015

Number of pages196

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Table of Contents

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1. Hemoglobinopathy Approach Diagnosis and Treatment Policy

By Mehrdad Payandeh and Masoud Sadeghi

2,627
2. Thalassemia — From Genotype to Phenotype

By Ghada Y. El-Kamah and Khalda S. Amr

5,528
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3. Sickle Cell Disease (SCD)

By Ahmed K. Mansour, Sohier Yahia, Rasha El-Ashry, Angi Alwakeel, Ahmad Darwish and Khalil Alrjjal

2,518
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5. Acute Splenic Sequestration Crisis

By Jorge Peña Siado and Julian Londono Hernández

2,992
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6. Comparative Study of the Amount of Re-released Hemoglobin from α-Thalassemia and Hereditary Spherocytosis Erythrocytes

By Yan Su, Hongjie Ma, Hongwang Zhang, Lijun Gao, Guorong Jia, Wenbin Qin and Qitu He

1,669
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7. Modifiers of γ-Globin Gene Expression and Treatment of β-Thalassemia

By Anjana Munshi, Sneha Dadeech, M. Sai Babu and Preeti Khetarpal

2,378
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9. Sickle Cell Disease – Current Treatment and New Therapeutical Approaches

By Thais Regina Ferreira de Melo, Lucas dos Reis Ercolin, Rafael Consolin Chelucci, Aylime Castanho Bolognesi Melchior, Carolina Lanaro, Chung Man Chin and Jean Leandro dos Santos

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