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Synonyms for globin

a colorless protein obtained by removing heme from hemoglobin

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These modified stem cells are able to engraft and differentiate normally and, when engrafted into immune-deficient (NSG) mice, are capable of producing elevated level of fetal globin.
One technique to identify Constant Spring is alpha globin gene analysis for mutations and/or deletions.
Consumer tests have demonstrated that cooked hams prepared with the globin protein isolated with MaxiPro HSP were preferred in taste over hams prepared with pure plasma protein, or with traditionally decoloured globin protein.
Many different globin gene mutations have been identified through the diagnostic service of the DHG.
They used a number of techniques to characterize globin E and found that it is responsible for storing and delivering oxygen to the retina.
As agents of natural selection, infectious diseases like malaria have played a major role in the evolution of human species by showing association between genetic variation in beta globin gene and protection from severe malaria due to P.
The gene provides the template for the production of beta globin.
In thalassemia, the genetic defect results in reduced rate of synthesis of one of the globin chains that make up hemoglobin.
Talasemi sendromlan, oldukca genis genetik cesitlilik gostermekte olup, sentezi bozulmus olan globin zincirine gore [alpha], [beta], [gamma], [delta], [delta[[beta], [epsilon][gamma][delta][beta], talasemi olarak adlandirilir.
The clinical significance of the spectrum of interactions of CAP +1 (A [right arrow] C), a silent beta globin gene mutation, with other beta thalassaemia mutations and globin gene modifiers in North India.
Hemoglobinopathies and thalassemias are both hematologic diseases involving mutations in the genes that control the synthesis of globin chains that compose hemoglobin.
In this study, we used MALDI-TOF MS to investigate globin chains constituting different minor Hbs.
Scientists from the Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics Department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham reported success in a mouse model to correct the mutant or deleted globin alleles with patient-derived embryonic stem (ES) cells.
Moreover, because of the lack of limitation on sequence length, the polysomes have been used to display and select large polypeptide proteins such as globin and antibodies.