Ferritin L and Ferritin H are differentially located within hepatic and extra hepatic organs under physiological and acute phase conditions.

@article{Ahmad2013FerritinLA,
  title={Ferritin L and Ferritin H are differentially located within hepatic and extra hepatic organs under physiological and acute phase conditions.},
  author={Shakil Ahmad and Federico Moriconi and Naila Naz and Sadaf Sultan and Nadeem Iqbal Sheikh and Giuliano Ramadori and Ihtzaz Ahmed Malik},
  journal={International journal of clinical and experimental pathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={622-9}
}
Ferritin L (FTL) and Ferritin H (FTH) subunits are responsible for intercellular iron storage. We previously reported increasing amounts of liver cytoplasmic and nuclear iron content during acute phase response (APR). Aim of the present study is to demonstrate intracellular localization of ferritin subunits in liver compared with extra hepatic organs of rat under physiological and acute phase conditions. Rats were administered turpentine-oil (TO) intramuscularly to induce a sterile abscess… CONTINUE READING

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