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Synonyms for globin

a colorless protein obtained by removing heme from hemoglobin

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When a patient inherits both of these conditions, the MCV and MCH often normalize because alpha and beta globin chains are present in relatively balanced amounts in developing red blood cells.
Point mutation or oligonucleotide deletions/insertions for alpha globin gene expression could be critical.
It is the second-most common mutation in the globin gene where G is inserted between codons 8 and 9 which subsequently changes the whole reading frame of the b-globin gene and causes the partially deleted gene.
E] globin chain synthesis, [5] and there is also evidence that the [[beta].
This enlargement is due to damages to the membrane of RBC (red blood cells) by the excessive a globin, resulting severe anemia and in response, body begin to increase the production of RBC, resulting expansion of the bone marrow up to 15-30 times the normal amount.
There are two main types of thalassemia; alpha thalassemia occurs when one or more genes related to the alpha globin protein are missing or mutated.
Objective: The aim of the project is to understand the function of globin X (GbX) in the activation of the sodium/proton exchange across the erythrocyte membrane of fish.
The equipment is held over the skin and uses near infrared light which is absorbed by the haemo globin in the blood.
Among the topics are automated sequence-based approaches for identifying domain families, classifying protein into domain structure families, functional diversity of the HUP domain superfamily, the globin family, unusual species distribution and the horizontal transfer of peptides, and the evolution of eukaryotic chromatin proteins and transcription factors.
It is expected that the pharmacological induction of HbF can correct the globin chain imbalance in [beta]-thalassemia patients, while inhibit HbS polymerization in SCD patients [28-32].
The result is a more effective decolourization process that preserves the valuable functionalities of the globin protein, while selectively removing the strong taste and dark odour of the heme.
Whereas thalssemia results from decreased production of globin chains, the structural variants produce normal amount of globin chains but these are structurally different, thus not performing the function as efficiently as normal globin chains would4.
The thalassaemias, caused by decreased or absent production of normal globin chains.
Essentially, they are defined by a decreased or absent production of a specific globin chain.