Weishali Joshi

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After peroxidation, alpha and beta subunits of normal human hemoglobin demonstrated a significant differential reactivity in their ability to form methemoglobin subunits and irreducible crosslinkages with spectrin. The alpha subunits formed crosslinks with spectrin in the absence of exogenous hydrogen peroxide, whereas both the beta subunit and the intact(More)
Protein crosslinkages are apparent at 215 000-250 000 daltons in electrophoregrams of membranes from hydrogen peroxide treated erythrocytes (British Journal of Haematology, 48, 435, 1981). Hydrogen peroxide is also capable of inducing crosslinkages of identical molecular weights in stage I and II (red) ghosts and in a mixture of purified spectrin and(More)
May-Thurner syndrome (MTS) is the result of compression of the left common iliac vein between the right common iliac artery and the fifth lumbar vertebra which presents clinically as left lower extremity deep vein thrombosis. MTS is estimated to be present in 2% to 5% of patients undergoing evaluation for lower extremity venous disorders. The(More)
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