hemoglobinopathy


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hemoglobinopathy

[‚hē·mə‚glō·bə′näp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Any blood dyscrasia resulting from the genetically determined alteration of the chemical nature of hemoglobin.
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Brants, "Hemoglobinopathy and thalassemia detection: traditional methods and a novel method-capillary electrophoresis technology," MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer, vol.
Homology will retain US commercial rights and share US profits with Novartis for in vivo applications related to the hemoglobinopathy program, a strategic area of focus for Homology.
After the diagnosis, electrophoresis was done for the diagnosis of sickle cell hemoglobinopathy. The result was negative for sickle cell hemoglobinopathy, and HbA1 and HbA2 bands were 85% and 15%, respectively.
Dolai T.K, Dutta, S, Bhattacharjee M, Ghosh MK, Prevalence of Hemoglobinopathy in Rural Bengal, 2012.
Distribution of hemoglobinopathy variants by ethnicity in a multiethnic state.
The term hemoglobinopathy is used to indicate only those disorders with structurally abnormal hemoglobin (Hb).
Alpha thalassemia is by far the commonest hemoglobinopathy in India, with highest prevalence in Punjabi population in the northern region [17].
Thus, our case had a spuriously high HbAlc result of 16% in HPLC for variant hemoglobinopathy analysis mode, which measures acetyl Hb, and HbAlc of 3% in HPLC for standard analysis mode.
The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of hemoglobinopathy trait evaluating premarital screening results of Hatay region.
Evaluation of cation-exchange HPLC compared with isoelectric focusing for neonatal hemoglobinopathy screening.
HbF is not a variant, nor is it a hemoglobinopathy. It is a normal hemoglobin, and the major hemoglobin in fetal life.
Pitfalls in newborn hemoglobinopathy screening: Failure to detect [sz]+-thalassemia.