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Genes determining blood cell traits

Nature Genetics volume 41, pages 11611162 (2009) | Download Citation

Four genome-wide association studies report associations to a range of clinically relevant hematological traits. The candidate genes identified include many that are known to be important in iron homeostasis and red blood cell maturation.

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  1. Nancy C. Andrews is at the departments of Pediatrics and Pharmacology & Cancer Biology, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA.

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