The pleiotropic effects of α-thalassemia on HbSS and HbSC sickle cell disease: Reduced erythrocyte cation co-transport activity, serum erythropoietin, and transfusion burden, do not translate into increased survival

John N. Brewin*, Amina Nardo-Marino, Sara Stuart-Smith, Sara El Hoss, Anke Hanneman, John Strouboulis, Stephan Menzel, John S. Gibson, David C. Rees

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