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Modified hemoglobins are being considered as possible “blood substitutes”. Experiments were performed to determine whether diaspirin cross-linked hemoglobin (DBBF-Hb) produces epithelial damage and whether this is reduced by selenium (Se). Anesthetized Sprague-Dawley rats, half of which...
In our system, urease/AlaDH have been encapsulated within erythrocytes by using slow dialysis methods. Urea is decomposed into ammonia and bicarbonate and the ammonia released is converted into alanine by reacting pyruvate under the catalytic action of AlaDH. It is very important for our that...
In strokes, myocardial infarctions, severe sustained hemorrhagic shock, and donor organs, inadequate blood supply results in lack of oxygen to the tissue (ischemia). If ischemia is sustained, reperfusion with the needed oxygen can result in tissue injury (ischemia-reperfusion injury) due to...
Protoplast-derived cells of albino Petunia hybrida cv. Comanche were used as a model, nonphotosynthetic, eukaryotic plant system to study changes in (1) the rate of oxygen consumption as measured by a Clark-type oxygen microelectrode, (2) mitochondrial membrane potential (MMP) as assessed by...
A functional requirement for all hemoglobin-based oxygen carriers (HBOCs) is the maintenance of the heme-iron in the reduced state. This is necessary for the reversible binding/release of molecular oxygen and minimization of methemoglobin (Fe +3 ) formation. Acellular hemoglobins are especially...
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