Sanjay Khandelwal

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Age dependent changes in phosphatidylserine (PS) externalization were studied in mouse erythrocytes of different age groups (range 1-55 days) by using a newly developed double in vivo biotinylation (DIB) technique. Around 3-4% of the erythrocytes freshly released in the circulation were PS(+) but this proportion fell rapidly to 1% or less and did not(More)
Three intravenous injections (1mg each) of biotin-X-NHS (BXN) given at 24h intervals labeled all circulating erythrocytes with biotin in C57Bl/6 mice. After 5 days, administration of another i.v. injection of BXN (0.6mg) resulted in the labeling of erythrocytes released in blood circulation after the first biotinylation step, with a lower intensity of(More)
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