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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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This intravascular haemolysis results in free Hb and red cell debris in the general circulation.
Unfortunately, her condition subsequently deteriorated with increasing breathlessness due to a combination of pulmonary emboli, fluid overload, worsening anaemia requiring 3 further red cell transfusions and she died 4 weeks later from pneumonia.
In regenerative anemia, she explains, the red blood cells are reduced in number as the result of acute or chronic bleeding or, less commonly, red cell destruction within a cat's body.
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Table-2: Correlations between red cell distribution width (RDW) and clinical and laboratory parameters.
The surface of the red cell membrane contains genetically determined antigens, called agglutinogens, while plasma contains antibodies called agglutinins.
Band 3, the red cell anion exchanger 1 (AE1), passes through the lipid bilayer 14 times.
The differentiation between the inclusions found in this film and other more well documented red cell inclusions was solely based on the morphological characteristics.
(NASDAQ: RUBY) has agreed to acquire a 135,000-square-foot Rhode Island, US-based manufacturing facility to produce Red Cell Therapeutics, the company said.
In neonates presenting with hyperbilirubinaemia, nonimmune haemolysis and a positive family history, a high index of suspicion is raised for hereditary red cell membrane disorders.
The red cell membrane-bound [Na.sup.+][K.sup.+]ATPase play a principal role in the regulation of intra- and extra-cellular cationic homeostasis.