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Crenated erythrocytes can also resemble acanthocytes that are associated with certain lipid disorders.
The trace element concentrations in drinking water, urine, and erythrocytes of the children were also measured using ICP-MS.
Keywords * Arsenic * [alpha]-lipoic acid * Hematology * Erythrocytes * Oxidative stress
Moreover, micronuclei formation in mice erythrocytes can be induced by using a mutagen methyl methanesulfonate (MMS) [9].
It is proposed that a positive feedback mechanism, involving the activation of circulating leukocytes by these modified erythrocytes would maintain the pro-oxidative state even after the disappearance of bacteria.
The genotoxicity of pesticides on fish at 48 h exposure in the present study is found to be in the order of cypermethrin, chlorpyrifos, malathion, lambda-cyhalothrin and buctril, in peripheral blood erythrocytes.
Key words: Carbofuran, erythrocytes, black tea, vitamin C, oxidative stress
12 Some studies have previously shown that Na+, K+-ATPase activity is decreased in erythrocytes during Diabetes Mellitus.
10,11 The decrease in the haemoglobin and haematocrit level in the lead-intoxicated rats has been attributed to the reduction in life span of erythrocytes.
To diagnosticate a disease and monitor the results from the received treatment, the following methods were used: A clinical supervision in dynamics, an analysis of a structure in peripheral blood, [8] a definition for maintenance of phospholipids fractions in erythrocytes membranes with a method of thin-layer chromatography on Silufol plates and a quantitative definition of phosphorus according to the method of Barlet.
Although erythrocytes are freely permeable to glucose and glycation of hemoglobin is independent of enzyme activity, some postulate that the rate of glycation varies among individuals (9).
The present study was undertaken to examine the DNA damage induced by binary metal mixture (cadmium-lead) in peripheral blood erythrocytes of freshwater carp, Cyprinus carpio by using Comet bioassay.
Interestingly, HPP erythrocytes fragment after 17 hours at 37[degrees]C, partially explaining their in vivo instability, and fragment after 15 minutes at 45[degrees]C, while normal erythrocytes fragment after 15 minutes at 49[degrees]C.
2+] are universal physiological agents influencing on the many properties of erythrocytes.