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Pattern of Positions Sensitive to Mutations in Human Haemoglobin α-Chain

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In this study, we used the distribution rank, which has been developed by us over the past several years, to quantify 134 mutations in the human hemoglobin α-chain in order to gain an insight into the general pattern in mutations. The results suggest that the pattern presented by distribution rank can approximately estimate the positions that are sensitive to mutations in human hemoglobin α-chain.





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Keywords: Human hemoglobin a-chain; mutation; probability

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Computational Mutation Project, DreamSciTech Consulting, 301, Building 12, Nanyou A-zone, Jiannan Road, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, CN-518054, China.

Publication date: 2006-01-01

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