Comparative cytomorphology of maturing amphisbaenian (Amphisbaena alba) and snake (Waglerophis merremii) erythroid cells with regard to haemoglobin biosynthesis

@article{SpadacciMorena2007ComparativeCO,
  title={Comparative cytomorphology of maturing amphisbaenian (Amphisbaena alba) and snake (Waglerophis merremii) erythroid cells with regard to haemoglobin biosynthesis},
  author={D. Spadacci-Morena and C. Jared and M. M. Antoniazzi and O. Brunner and P. Morena and A. Brunner},
  journal={Comparative Haematology International},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={7-15}
}
  • D. Spadacci-Morena, C. Jared, +3 authors A. Brunner
  • Published 2007
  • Biology
  • Comparative Haematology International
  • A comparativeultrastructural study on organelles involved in haemoglobin (Hb), biosynthesis processing in the course ofAmphisbaena alba (Amphisbaenia, Squamata, Reptilia) andWaglerophis merremii (Ophidia, Squamata, Reptilia) erythroid cells maturation, was accomplished; for this purpose, erythropoiesis was enhanced by phenylhydrazine hydrochloride and saponin, respectively. The fossorial amphisbaenians, which live in an hypoxic environment, denoted a lower metabolic rate than that of snakes… CONTINUE READING
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