References

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  title={References},
  author={},
  journal={Acta P{\ae}diatrica},
  year={1960},
  volume={49}
}
  • Published 1 May 1960
  • Medicine
  • Acta Pædiatrica
LEGENDRI, IE.: Nssai d’interpretation du rentisseinent de l’insufflation du mediastin sur la forictiori respiratoire. Considerations diverses sur la physiopathologie de l’espace m6diastirial. Sern. Hop. PctTis, 34, 1027, 1958. HENARD, H., GAJDOS, A. aiid CANIVET, J.: La teneur des Brythrocytes en protoporphyrine libre k 1’6tat normal et au cours des anemies. Le Sang, 20, 289, 1949. VAN DEN BERGH, A. A. H. arid GROTEPASS, W.: Porphyrinamie ohm Porphyririurie. Klin . U’schr., 12, 586, 1933. V‘IN… 

References

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Erythrocyte Copper and Porphyrins in Lead Poisoning
TLDR
No systematic investigation of the erythrocyte copper concentration seems to have been made in blood disorders, and in particular, the University of Turin laboratory has been unable to find any reference to the ERYthrocytes copper content in the anaemia of lead poisoning.
Porphyrin content of bone marrow and liver in the various forms of porphyria.
TLDR
The literature contains altogether too few data on the porphyrins of the various tissues to permit any judgment as to whether the various forms of the disease are porphyria or not.
Fluorescenzphänomen und Porphyringehalt der Erythrocyten
Erstmalig im Jahre 1933 hatten wir zeigen konnen, das bei entsprechender Versuchsanordnung sich an einzelnen Erythrocyten des menschlichen Blutes ein rotes Fluorescenzlicht nachweisen last [Seggel
Haemopoiesis and Siderosis in the Foetus and Newborn
TLDR
It is shown below that recession of hepatic haemopoiesis is of two types: a foetal type occurring mainly in the last few weeks of intra-uterine life and an infantile type which follows approximately a logarithmic law.
Behaviour of the Free Erythrocyte Protoporphyrins and of the Erythrocyte Copper in Iron Deficiency Anaemias
TLDR
These two constituents of the erythrocyte, copper and protoporphyrin are studied simultaneously to investigate possible correlations between their respective variations.
Chemical Development in utero
TLDR
In the present study 19 human foetuses and fullterm infants have been analysed for nitrogen, fat and inorganic constituents of the human body and the iodine in a number of thyroid glands was determined.
The erythrocyte coproporphyrin; variation in respect to erythrocyte protoporphyrin and reticulocytes in certain of the anemias.
  • C. J. Watson
  • Medicine
    A.M.A. archives of internal medicine
  • 1950
TLDR
In acute phenylhydrazine anemia of rabbits the correlation was quite close; in pernicious anemia with liver therapy the peak of porphyrin concentration in the red cells was considerably later than thepeak of reticulocyte percentage.
The anemia of infection. XIX. Studies on free erythrocyte coproporphyrin and protoporphyrin.
TLDR
In eighteen male patients with chronic infection, mean values of 1.53 ± 0.61 µg / ml of packed RBC for free erythrocyte coproporphyrin and 181.2 ± 90.6 µg./100 ml.
Free erythrocyte protoporphyrin.
TLDR
The origin, function and fate of free protoporphyrin in erythrocytes remain uncertain, and indirect evidence suggests that it serves as an intermediary in synthesis of hemoglobin.
The Enzymic Formation of Haem by the Incorporation of Iron into Protoporphyrin; Importance of. Ascorbic Acid, Ergothioneine and Glutathione
  • A. Goldberg
  • Computer Science, Biology
    British journal of haematology
  • 1959
TLDR
Fractionation of the chicken haemolysate and the effects on iron-incorporation of three substances which normally occur in the human erythrocyte, namely ascorbic acid, glutathione and ergothioneine are dealt with.
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