Missing link in ‘royal disease’

Researchers have found the missing genetic material that explains haemophilia.

Haemophilia B is a genetic disorder that disrupts the body’s ability to coagulate blood. The rare Leyden variety, however, improves with puberty.

Researchers have discovered the protein absent in those with the Haemophilia B Leyden genetic mutation.

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