volume 107, issue 4, P1665-1672 2006
DOI: 10.1182/blood-2005-08-3097
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Abstract: Mammals have 2 distinct erythroid lineages. The primitive erythroid lineage originates in the yolk sac and generates a cohort of large erythroblasts that terminally differentiate in the bloodstream. The definitive erythroid lineage generates smaller enucleated erythrocytes that become the predominant cell in fetal and postnatal circulation. These lineages also have distinct globin expression patterns. Our studies in primary murine primitive erythroid cells indicate that ␤H1 is the predominant ␤-globin transcr…

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