Study: Blood protein could help treat hereditary anemia

08/5/2010 | Xinhuanet.com (China)

Dutch researchers have found that having less active KLF1 blood protein, which controls hemoglobin production, can help the blood improve its ability to absorb and carry oxygen. Having the less active protein would help patients with hereditary anemia reduce their symptoms and avoid blood transfusions, a researcher said.

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