Scientists discover genetic variant in some beta-thalassemia patients

02/4/2008 | News-Medical.Net

Scientists have discovered a variation in the BCL11A gene that could explain why some people with beta-thalassemia experience less severe symptoms and do not need to undergo frequent blood transfusions. Researchers say the gene could be explored as a potential intervention to treat hemoglobin deficiencies.

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