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On the smears made from day-2 EDTA sample, alterations in leukocyte and erythrocyte morphology were already evident; they were more pronounced on smears made on subsequent days.
Comparison of children with water As <10 and >50 [micro]g/L showed similar correlations between hair and erythrocyte As in both groups ([r.
Arsenic-induced echinocytic transformation of erythrocyte was confirmed by SEM analysis, which showed distinct membrane blebbing, increased number of spherocytes and microcytosis, but these were almost absent in the control group (figure 2A and B).
By the end of the study, erythrocyte sedimentation rate was slightly lower and tumor necrosis factor-alpha was significantly lower in quercetin-treated subjects, while no significant changes occurred in the placebo group.
Elevated circulating erythrocyte micronuclei in fishes from contaminated of southern California.
Erythrocyte MDA was measured according to the method of Esterbauer and Cheeseman (1990) [14] with slight modification.
Collection of blood samples and isolation of erythrocyte membranes: Blood samples were obtained from 15 volunteers.
Cell membrane of normal erythrocyte is very flexible and capable of rapid and frequent shape alterations of the cell, due to the presence of PUFAs.
The processes that in a complex influence an increase in the maintenance of LPC in erythrocyte membranes are certainly adverse for a structurally functional organization of a membrane and a cell as a whole due to inhibition of catalytic centers of fibers-enzymes of a bio membrane with a subsequent disorder in permeability, transport, fluidity and stability of membranes, a change to the erythrocyte form.
Genetic factors influence both glucose homeostasis and erythrocyte turnover and could contribute to racial differences in the relationship between glycemia and Hb [A.
HPP is characterized by erythrocyte poikilocytosis and fragmentation, erythrocyte budding, spherocytes, triangulocytes, micropoikilocytosis, microspherocytosis, and occasional elliptocytes, which together result in a pattern reminiscent of thermal injury.