Abstract

<p>Acanthocyte counts of donors that are heterozygous (n = 36), homozygous (n = 23) and wild-type (22) with respect to the c.680 A>G mutation in the PANK2 gene were microscopically assessed as described in the Materials and Methods section. The samples were grouped in four classes of acanthocytosis (normal (acanthocyte count <6% of total cells), mild (6–10%), elevated (10–20%) and high (>20%)) and the number of samples of each class is shown as relative percent of the total number in each subset of donors.</p

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