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Iron metabolism in reticuloendothelial cells.
  • A. Deiss
  • Medicine
  • Seminars in hematology
  • 1 April 1983
Metabolism of iron within cells of the RE system is less well understood than any other aspect of iron metabolism. Only with respect to the activity of microsomal heme oxygenase does any preciseExpand
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Hemolytic anemia in Wilson's disease.
Abstract Penicillamine therapy was discontinued for a period of 200 days in a patient with Wilson's disease. Copper reaccumulated in the body at the rate of about 0.43 mg/day. Urinary copper remain...
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Sideroblasts, siderocytes, and sideroblastic anemia.
SMALL iron-containing granules, demonstrable by means of the Prussian blue reaction, have been recognized in erythrocytes and their precursors for at least 30 years.1 2 3 4 5 Only recently, throughExpand
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Circulating siderocytes in human subjects.
The number of circulating erythrocytes containing reticulum and no siderotic granules (R cells), both reticulum and siderotic granules (R-S cells), and siderotic granules and no reticulum (S cells)Expand
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Long-term therapy of Wilson's disease.
Abstract Five patients with Wilson's disease were treated initially with potassium sulfide and penicillamine and maintained on penicillamine for 9 to 13 years. All patients are now clinically well....
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Circulating reticulocytes in normal adults as determined y the new methylene blue method.
  • A. Deiss, D. Kurth
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • American journal of clinical pathology
  • 1 April 1970
Reticulocyte counts of 48 normal men and 30 normal women were determined by the new methylene-blue method. The mean value for men was 1.65% (95% limits = 0.8 to 2.5%); for women, 2.45% (95% limits =Expand
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Ferritin metabolism in reticulated-siderocytes.
Reticulated-siderocytes (reticulocytes which contain siderotic granules), obtained from the circulation of pigs after vigorous phlebotomy, were incubated in vitro. A rapid disappearance of granulesExpand
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Hematologic Changes in Chronic Arthritis of Mice Induced by Mycoplasma arthritidis 1
Summary The arthritis caused by iv injection of M. arthritidis in mice was found to be associated with neutrophilia and lymphopenia without a change in the total WBC concentration. A mild anemiaExpand
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