1 Division of Genetic Disorder, ICMR-National Institute of Research in Tribal Health, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.
2 Community Health Center, Lanjigarh, Bishwanathpur, Kalahandi, Odisha.
3 Christian Medical Hospital, Rayagada, Odisha.
4 Division of Vector Borne Diseases, ICMR-National Institute of Research in Tribal Health, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.
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The aim of the study was to enumerate the clinical, hematological, and
molecular spectrum of G6PD deficiency in malaria endemic regions of
south west Odisha.
Material and Methods
|Figure 1. Map showing Kalahandi and Rayagada districts (study area) in Odisha state, India.|
|Table 1. Demographic details of study cohort.|
|Figure 2. Flow Chart showing the study site and G6PD status in the Odisha state, India.|
|Figure 3. Boxplot showing G6PD activity among different gender.|
|Table 2. Anemia status in different settings.|
|Table 3. Distribution of clinical parameters between age, gender and tribal status matched G6PD deficient and normal subjects.|
|Table 4. Hematological profile of age, gender and tribal status matched G6PD deficient and normal subjects.|
|Figure 4. Electropherograms of the G6PD Kaiping and G6PD Union variants.|