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    Singleton BK, Burton NM, Green C, Brady RL, Anstee DJ: Mutations in EKLF/KLF1 form the molecular basis of the rare blood group In(Lu) phenotype. Blood 2008; 112:20812088
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    Singleton BK, Roxby D, Stirling J, Spring FA, Wilson C, Poole J, Anstee DJ: A novel GATA1 mutation (Ter414Arg) in a family with the rare X-linked blood group Lu(a−b−) phenotype. Blood 2009; 114:1979 (abstract)
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    Tilley L, Green C, Poole J, Gaskell A, Ridgwell K, Burton NM, Uchikawa M, Akkøk CA, Daniels G: A new blood group system, RHAG: three antigens resulting from amino acid substitutions in the Rh-associated glycoprotein. Vox Sang 2010; 98:151159
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    Bruce LJ, Beckmann R, Ribeiro ML, Peters LL, Chasis JA, Delaunay J, Mohandas N, Anstee DJ, Tanner MJ: A band 3-based macrocomplex of integral and peripheral proteins in the RBC membrane. Blood 2003; 101:41804188
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    Gargiulo L, Lastraioli S, Cerruti G, Serra M, Loiacono F, Zupo S, Luzzatto L, Notaro R: Highly homologous T-cell receptor beta sequences support a common target for autoreactive T cells in most patients with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria. Blood 2007; 109:50365042
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    Ju T, Cummings RD: A unique molecular chaperone Cosmc required for activity of the mammalian core 1 beta3-galactosyltransferase. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 2002; 99:1661316618
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    Karamatic Crew V, Singleton BK, Green C, Parsons SF, Daniels G, Anstee DJ: New mutations in C1GALT1C1 in individuals with Tn positive phenotype. Br J Haematol 2008; 142:657667