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Marchantin A exhibited activity against two erythrocytic stage strains of Plasmodium falciparum, chloroquine-sensitive NF54 strain ([IC.
Malaria: mechanisms of erythrocytic infection and pathological correlates of severe disease.
Transient aplastic crisis: In transient PRC aplasia, PV-B19 has a direct effect on the hematopoiesis, mainly on erythroid progenitor and erythrocytic cell line, and thus anemia is principally the most frequent hematologic presentation.
An erythrocytic virus of the brazilian tree-frog, Phrynohyas venulosa.
31,32) Considerable initial confusion existed about which species of Plasmodium had been introduced to Hawaii, or whether multiple species were present, because the erythrocytic stages of these parasites have so few distinguishing morphologic features.
Erythrocytic glutathione was negatively associated with FEV1%, while plasma thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances (TBARS) were negatively associated with FVC%.
All cell lineages in myeloid hematopoiesis can be involved, including erythrocytic, granulocytic, and megakaryocytic cell lines.
3,12,13,15) One recent theory hypothesizes that splenic erythrocytic progenitor cells enter the liver via the portal vein, and then grow in response to tissue hypoxia.
that naturally acquired immunity against preerythrocytic or erythrocytic stages of malaria does not protect against this syndrome).
Interestingly, some studies indicate a protective function for platelets in the early stages of erythrocytic infection in malaria which demonstrated that purified human platelets killed P.
Effect of condensed tannins supplementation on erythrocytic antioxidant indices Treatments Attributes SEM CON FBLM Catalase (mK/g Hb) 9.
Erythrocytic System Under The Influnce Of Physical Exerscise And Training, Sports Memicine, L, 3: 181-197.
A comparison of the stimulatory effects of cadmium and zinc on normal and lead-inhibited human erythrocytic delta-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase activity in vitro.