Cell sickling is a partially dominant phenotype (trait), meaning that heterozygotes exhibit an intermediate blood cell phenotype...

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Cell sickling is a partially dominant phenotype (trait), meaning that heterozygotes exhibit an intermediate blood cell phenotype (a mixture of normal and sickle cells) due to the blend of hemoglobin tetramers in each red blood cell. Which of the following tetramer structures would you expect to find in a carrier of SCD?

asked Sep 11, 2012 in Biology by kistnus ~Expert~ (614 points)
    

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α2βA2 and α2βSβA and α2βS2

answered Sep 11, 2012 by kistnus ~Expert~ (614 points)



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