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SPECIAL VOLUME - HUMAN GENETICS

THALASSEMIA AND HAEMOGLOBINOPATHIES

ANJU GUPTA AND SARITA AGARWAL (Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of

Medical Sciences, Lucknow, India) 2003• Pages: 104. Size: 180x240•

Binding: Hard• PRICE: US $ 35/-RS. 850/-

(Special Issue of International Journal of Human Genetics)

THALASSEMIA AND HAEMOGLOBINOPATHIES

Hemoglobinopathies comprise a very large number of genetic biochemical/ physiological entities, most of which are academic curiosities whose major effect on medicine is to add to the surfeit of useless scientific information. However, several of these conditions (e.g., sickle cell anemia, hemoglobin SC disease, and some thalassemias) are common major life-threatening diseases. In the present special issue of Thalassemia andHaemoglobinopatheies, some topics are being discussed by experts in different subjects of the field. It is hoped that it will open up new fields of research in human genetics.

CONTENTS

  1. ANJU GUPTA AND SARITA AGARWAL • Navigating the Course of “Sea of Blood” a Preface
  2. V. K. KASHYAP AND R. ASHMA • Microsatellite Diversity in HbS Carrier and Normal Individuals of Tribal Populations of Malaria Infested Regions
  3. SURAKSHA AGRAWAL • Stem Cell Transplantation in Thalassemia
  4. R. S. BALGIR, R. K. MISHRA AND B. MURMU • Clinical and Hematological Profile of Hemoglobinopathies in Two Tribal Communities of Sundargarh District in Orissa, India
  5. GURJEEWAN GAREWAL AND REENA DAS • Spectrum of -Thalassemia Mutations in Punjabis
  6. NITU NIGAM, NIRUPAMA MUNSHI , MANISH PATEL AND ALKA SONI • Distribution of  Thalassemia Mutations and Its Correlation with  Thalassemia in Gujarati Families
  7. BANI GAJRA , SHILA CHAKRABARTI, BANI SENGUPTA, MADHUSNATA DE, SANJEEB MUKHERJEE AND GEETA TALUKDER • Prevention of -Thalassemia Major and E-Thalassemia by Prenatal Diagnosis in Eastern India
  8. ANITA SAXENA • Growth Retardation in Thalassemia Major Patients
  9. ANITA NADKARNI, A. GORAKSHAKAR, K. GHOSH, ROSHAN COLAH AND D. MOHANTY •Contribution of Genetic Factors in Variation of Clinical Severity Among Siblings with Homozygous –Thalassemia in Two Indian Families
  10. SEEMA TYAGI, M. KABRA, N. TANDON, R. SAXENA, H. P. PATI AND V. P. CHOUDHRY • Clinico-Haematological Profile of Thalassemia Intermedia Patients
  11. YUKIO HATTORI, YASUHIRO YAMASHIRO, NAOKO OKAYAMA, TATEHIKO TANAKA, KOZUE OKANO, HAZUKI YAMAUCHI, YOUJI ISHIDA AND SHINICHIRO KURIYA • Characteristics of Japanase Thalassemia

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