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RNA-induced biosynthesis of adult haemolobin in Coolye's disease

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L'introduzione nella cavità midollare dello sterno di soggetti affetti da morbo di Cooley di ARN II° estratto dalle cellule emopoiteiche normali, provoca un netto aumento della quota di HbA nelle cellule della serie eritroblastica.

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Esposito, S. RNA-induced biosynthesis of adult haemolobin in Coolye's disease. Experientia 20, 643–644 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02144840

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