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Genetical, functional, and physical studies of hemoglobins.

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StatementEd.: T(ulio) Arends, G. Bemski and R(onald) L. Nagel.
ContributionsArends, Tulio, ed., Bemski, George, ed., Nagel, R. L. ed.
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LC ClassificationsQP96.5 .I64 1969
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 293 p.
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Open LibraryOL5331886M
LC Control Number72185026

Excerpt Thirty Genetical on epidemiology of abnormal hemoglobins, function of hemoglobins as related to structure, and physical chemistry of hemoglobins.

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Franchini M, Veneri D. Recentemente, Canalli et al. Genetical, functional and physical studies of hemoglobins De. Thromboembolic complications in beta-thalassemia: Endocrine complications in patients with Thalassaemia Major. Todos los derechos reservados. Abnormal Hemoglobins in Human Populations 1st Edition The observations have been widely scattered in medical, genetical and anthropological journals, and reviews have been confined to particular areas or particular problems.

Livingstone has performed a useful task in compiling available data on the frequencies of these genesCited by: All heme proteins either occur naturally or can be chemically converted to the high-spin ferric form (S = 5 2) and are thus amenable for study by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) materials containing mononuclear high-spin ferric heme, when examined at low temperatures (near 1°K), exhibit X-band EPR absorptions extending from near g = 6 to g = by: 6.

Pathogenesis-Related Proteins (PRs) As an example of the types of approach that can be developed in the area of genetic variation, I turn now to some unpublished results obtained by L.B.

Freitas, S.L. Bonatto, and myself in a particular type of proteins determined by a multigenic family and related to defense mechanisms in plants, but that also occur in fungi and animals (invertebrates and Cited by: 3.

The development of erythrocyte substitutes is a highly topical field of study in biomedical research. Free hemoglobin in solution has some of the properties required for such preparations, but it also suffers from three major drawbacks: short vascular half-life, high oxygen affinity, difficult to by: 1.

Selected aspects of the evolutionary process and more specifically of the genetic variation are considered, with an emphasis in studies performed by my group. One key aspect of evolution seems to be the concomitant occurrence of dichotomic, contradictory (dialect) processes.

Genetic variation is structured, and the dynamics of change at one level is not necessarily paralleled. For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts.

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their. Access to paid content on this site is currently suspended due to excessive activity being detected from your IP address If your access is via an institutional subscription, please contact your librarian to request reinstatement. The book, Inherited Hemoglobin Disorders, describes the genetic defects of hemoglobins, disease complications, and therapeutic strategies.

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It stands as the definitive work on the genetics, pathophysiology, and clinical management of this wide range of disorders. Drs. Steinberg, Forget, Higgs, and Nagel have gathered the absolute world authorities on the science and clinical management of thalassemias 4/5(2).

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Genetical, Functional, and Physical Studies of Hemoglobins. This book is a completely revised new edition of the definitive reference on disorders of hemoglobin. Authored by world-renowned experts, the book focuses on basic science aspects and clinical features of hemoglobinopathies, covering diagnosis, treatment, and future applications of current research.5/5(2).

Hemoglobin AIc (HbAIc) and hemoglobin AIa+b (HbAIa+b) — sugar containing minor variants of hemoglobin (Hb) — have been determined in normal subjects, diabetics, subclinical diabetics and patients suffering from non-pancreatic diseases.

The mean values for HbAIc obtained from 52 normal controls, 17 subclinical diabetics and 73 manifest diabetics were %, % and %, respectively of Cited by: list the normal adult hemoglobins Three normal Hgb's are found in the average adult, Hgb A, A2, F, Buttom chains are constant. Describe the normal adult hemoglobins to include the chemical configuration and percentages of each.

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB of pyridoxylated hemoglobin. In:Genetical, Functional and Physical Studies of Hemoglobin.

Karger, Basel. Google Scholar. Bunn, H. and Briehl, R. () The interaction of 2,3 diphosphoglycerate with various human hemoglobins. Clin. Invest. 49 Author: Christian Bauer. tants and the M hemoglobins causing cyanosis; and mutants associated with a thalassemia phe-notype.

Most of these disorders are inherited genetic defects, but there are some defects that are acquired or occur de novo. 4For more detailed information on hemoglobin function, see Schechter ().

B.G. Forget and H.F. Bunn. Blood Studies Many kinds of studies can be done on blood, and some of these have become a standard part of a routine physical examination. Machines that are able to perform several tests at the same time have largely replaced manual procedures, particularly in large institutions.

Studies of the evolution of hemoglobin are largely based on amino acid sequence studies of mammalian blood and muscle hemoglobin. Only fragmentary structural data exist on only a few fish hemoglobin.

title = "Genetic differences in hemoglobin function between highland and lowland deer mice", abstract = "In high-altitude vertebrates, adaptive changes in blood-O2 affinity may be mediated by modifications of hemoglobin (Hb) structure that affect intrinsic O2 affinity and/or responsiveness to allosteric effectors that modulate Hb-O2 by: Cambridge Core - Hematology - Disorders of Hemoglobin - by Martin H.

SteinbergAuthor: Martin H. Steinberg, Bernard G. Forget, Douglas R. Higgs, David J. Weatherall.