• Д. О. Воробйов КПІ ім. Ігоря Сікорського, Україна
  • Н. В. Грищенко Інститут молекулярної біології і генетики НАН України, Україна

Ключові слова:

Haemophilia A, diagnostic test, carrier screening, intron 22 inversion


Haemophilia A (HA) is a severe hereditary disease. HA affects males while females are asymptomatic carriers. DNA diagnostics is the most informative method of HA diagnostics. The aim is the selection of the diagnostic strategy and a research group creation. The most justified strategy for HA diagnostics was selected. An experimental group of patients and family members was created.


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