Reproductive behaviour of mothers of children with beta-thalassaemia
The team attempted to modify the gene responsible for beta-thalassaemia
, a potentially fatal blood disorder, using a gene-editing technique known as CRISPR/Cas9.
High prevalence of the beta-thalassaemia
nonsense 37 mutation in Catalonians from the Ebro delta.
Osteoporosis in beta-thalassaemia
major patients: analysis of the genetic background.
and sickle cell anaemia are the most prevalent genetic diseases in the emirate, according to a study by the Health Authority-Abu Dhabi (HAAD).
They found more of the healthy allele, suggesting that the foetus had inherited the correct maternal copy of the gene and would not develop beta-thalassaemia
Posterior mediastinal masses in a patient with beta-thalassaemia
Doppler characterization of left ventricular diastolic function in beta-thalassaemia
Comparison of FPLC with cellulose acetate electrophoresis for the diagnosis of beta-thalassaemia
Diabetes mellitus in children suffering from beta-thalassaemia
Approximately 78% of Beta-thalassaemia
Patients had Decreases in Cardiac Iron and 90% had Decreases in Liver Iron After Six Months, Interim Data Show(1)
FRIMLEY, England, December 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- New data show once-daily Exjade(R) (deferasirox) reduces life-threatening iron levels in the heart and liver in beta-thalassaemia