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Synonyms for transferrin

a globulin in blood plasma that carries iron

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The results of the present investigation and also previously published data indicate that the transferrin receptor encoded by the TFRC gene plays an important role for iron-mediated cytotoxicity of the derivatives.
Comparison of the serum ferritin and percentage of transferrin saturation as exposure markers of iron-driven oxidative stress-related disease outcomes.
Major finding: After 12 weeks of FCCC therapy, transferrin saturation rose from 22% to 32% and serum phosphate fell from 4.
Comparison of the hemoglobin, color index, total iron binding capacity, serum ferritin, transferrin and erythropoietin levels along with the total iron binding capacity and mean erythrocyte volumes of the three groups Laboratory test ANOVA Differences pvalues between the IDA and ACD groups (p with Bonferroni correction) Hemoglobin (g/l) <0.
When iron levels are low, the liver produces more transferrin for increased iron transport.
From there, iron is absorbed into the blood by apotransferrin, which becomes transferrin as it binds two ferrous ions.
Ferritin, ensamasyonlarda ve karaciger hastaliklarinda Fe depolari ile orantisiz olarak yuksek bulunurken, transferrin almaci bu durumlardan etkilenmez ve DE'nin guvenilir bir gostergesidir.
Carbohydrate-deficient transferrin, known as "%CDT," is a blood test to detect heavy alcohol use (five or more drinks a day) over the past two weeks.
CellPrime rTransferrin AF is the first animal-free alternative to serum-derived human or bovine transferrin for industrial cell culture and upstream biopharmaceutical applications.
Traditionally, iron studies include serum iron, ferritin, transferrin and percentage saturation.
Transferrin receptor (TfR) is a glycoprotein found in animals, which mediates the entry of ferric transferrin from the extracellular compartment into the cells (1).
Carbohydrate-deficient transferrin test: a tool for detecting alcohol abuse.