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Synonyms for erythrocyte

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EPA treatment increased both EPA and DHA erythrocyte levels, but DHA only increased DHA erythrocyte levels.
In hemolytic anemies caused by erythrocyte enzyme defects, membrane defects or hemoglobinopathies, the course is chronic.
In this study, we found no significant changes in erythrocyte aggregation indices of winter swimmers and individuals exposed to cryotherapy.
Accordingly, trans-cinnamaldehyde treatment resulted in erythrocyte shrinkage.
In comparison, changes that can be seen under a microscope, such as chromatin degradation and cytoplasmic fragmentation in leukocytes, and erythrocyte deformations, can occur in just one day.
Table 1 shows concentrations of all analyzed elements in hair, erythrocytes, urine, and water (n = 207), as well as the ratio between hair and erythrocyte concentrations.
Results: Arsenic exposure caused reduction of erythrocyte (P=0.
The findings of physician-administered examinations that determined the number of swollen and tender joints were combined with erythrocyte sedimentation rate results to calculate disease activity.
The MN assay test in fish erythrocyte is widely used for genotoxicity assessment of marine and fresh water organisms (Hughes and Hebert, 1991; De Flora et al.
Conclusion: All the three Porphyrin compounds increased the activity of erythrocyte Na+, K+-ATPase.
ROS causes oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) of erythrocyte cell membrane, the fluidity of cell membrane is decreased making erythrocytes vulnerable to membrane damage.
170 early-age children with moderate degree IDA (according to the WHO classification, the erythrocyte number is 2.