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1. Hemoglobin C (haemoglobin C)
Hemoglobin C is an abnormal version of the protein hemoglobin . The sixth amino acid of the normal beta chain, glutamic acid , is replaced by lysine in hemoglobin C. This mutation causes the red blood cell to be less flexible.

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