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Glycosylated haemoglobin in renal failure
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It is concluded that renal failure itself causes an increase in HbA1c, and in both groups of patients with renal failure there was no correlation between Hb a1c and fasting blood-glucose. Expand
Determination of carbamylated plasma protein and its clinical application to renal failure.
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In patients with renal failure, a significant correlation was found between CPP levels and blood urea nitrogen, and CPP appears to be a new indicator of the status of kidneys failure, irrespective of hemodialysis. Expand
Carbamylation of hemoglobin in renal failure and clinical aspects.
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It appeared that HbA1 could be an indicator of the state of renal failure of 1 to 2 weeks earlier in patients with renal failure without impaired glucose tolerance, especially in patients on hemodialysis. Expand
Hemoglobin A1 Properties of Diabetic and Uremic Patients
Patients with diabetes mellitus as well as those with renal failure had high hemoglobin A1 (HbA1) levels. However, the portion of HbA1a+b fractions was larger in patients with renal failure than inExpand
Glycosylated haemoglobin in renal failure
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The fractional pattern of HbA 1 in patients with renal failure was similar to that seen in normal subjects rather than in diabetic patients, and the colorimetric method in which compounds generated from glycosylated haemoglobin on heating under acidic conditions were determined colorimetrically with thiobarbituric acid. Expand
Effects of glycosylation on physiological and biological activities of substances.
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It was found that glycosylated T3 was less than one-tenth as biologically active as T3, which had decreased oxygen dissociation ability, resulting in decreased function. Expand
Increased fructose-lysine of nail protein in diabetic patients
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It is suggested that furosine, like HbA1, may become an indicator of long-term blood glucose control in diabetic patients and be useful in investigating diabetic complications on the level of tissue. Expand
Glycosylation of 3, 5, 3'-L-triiodothyronine and its biological activity.
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It is demonstrated by means of TLC and HPLC that T3 was glycosylated when reacted with glucose in absolute ethanol for a week, and in a metamorphic study in tadpoles that the biological activity of thus glyCosylated T3was less than about 1/10 of that of T3. Expand
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