HBB


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HBB

A gene on chromosome 11p15.5 that encodes beta haemoglobin, which transports O2 in the circulation.

Molecular pathology
HBB mutations cause sickle cell anaemia, Heinz body anaemia, and various forms of beta thalassaemia.
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As shown in Table 2, patients with DEFA3, HBB, and ITGA2B mRNA recovery by day 15 all showed CBC recovery (WBC >500/[micro]L, reticulocytes >3 x [10.sup.4]/ [micro]L, platelets >20 000/[micro]L) by day 30, respectively, whereas patients with CBC recovery after day 30 showed slower EMV mRNA recovery occurring after day 15.
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Sickle cell disease is a group of inherited blood disorders caused by genetic mutations in the HBB gene, resulting in abnormal hemoglobin, the iron-containing protein that normally allows blood cells to carry oxygen.
The hunting billbug (HBB) (Sphenophorus venatus vestitus Chittenden) has been listed as a damaging pest of turfgrass from New Jersey (Johnson-Cicalese & Funk 1990), south to Georgia (Morrill & Suber 1976) and Florida (Kelsheimer 1956); west to Kansas (Brissell & Clark 1968), Texas, California, and Hawaii (Davis & Krauss 1964; LaPlante 1966) and throughout the Caribbean Islands (Vaurie 1951; Vittum et al.
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