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Some aspects of osmotic hemolysis.

A. Martin M. Zade-Oppen

Some aspects of osmotic hemolysis.

Posthypertonic hemolysis and its inhibition and the effect of macromolecules on the pattern of hypotonic and posthypertonic hemolysis

by A. Martin M. Zade-Oppen

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Published by Universitet, Almqvist & Wiksell (distr.) in Uppsala, Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hemolysis and hemolysins.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. Martin M. Zade-Oppen.
    SeriesActa Universitatis Upsaliensis., 51, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR85.U76 A26 vol. 51
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(1), 17 p.
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5665334M
    LC Control Number68116603

      The continous lack of sufficient energy and other metabolic impairments results in a shortened lifespan of the mature red blood cell. 7,8 The degree of hemolysis is dependent on the relative importance of the affected enzyme and the properties of the mutant enzyme with regard to functional abnormalities or instability, or both. The ability to Cited by:   Seventy‐five percent of the cases have a dominant mode of inheritance. Some HS patients can have asymptomatic parents. HS is heterogeneous in every aspect: clinically (asymptomatic, mild, moderate, to severe hemolysis requiring blood transfusion), biochemically, and genetically Asymptomatic or mild HS condition can be exacerbated by an Cited by: The upper limit of osmotic resistance is marked by the tube, in which there is a light yellow colouring of the supernatant caused by the onset of hemolysis. The lower limit is the test tube without red blood cells at the bottom and with the liquid coloured deep red due to complete hemolysis. Stored red blood cells (RBCs) undergo oxidative stress that induces deleterious metabolic, structural, biochemical, and molecular changes collectively referred to as “storage lesions”. We hypothesized that vitamin C (VitC, reduced or oxidized) would reduce red cell storage lesions, thus prolonging their storage duration. Whole-blood-derived, leuko-reduced, SAGM (saline-adenine-glucose Cited by: 2.


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Some aspects of osmotic hemolysis. by A. Martin M. Zade-Oppen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hemolysis or haemolysis (/ h iː ˈ m ɒ l ɪ s ɪ s /), also known by several other names, is the rupturing of red blood cells (erythrocytes) and the release of their contents into surrounding fluid (e.g.

blood plasma).Hemolysis may occur in vivo or in vitro (inside or outside the body). One cause of hemolysis is the action of hemolysins, toxins that are produced by certain pathogenic Specialty: Pathology.

Robin K. Ohls, in Fetal and Neonatal Physiology (Fifth Edition), Osmotic Fragility. The osmotic fragility of red blood cells is a composite index of their shape, hydration, and, within certain limitations, proneness to in vivo destruction. Preterm and term infants have an increased osmotic resistance.

The osmotic fragility of neonatal cells begins to revert towards adult. Hereditary spherocytosis (HS) is an inherited hemolytic anemia characterized by a broad spectrum of clinical severity that ranges from an asymptomatic condition to compensated hemolysis to severe hemolytic anemia requiring frequent transfusions (Eber and Lux, ).

This phenotypic variability is a result of different underlying molecular. Non-irradiated cells served as the control group.

Hemolysis and osmotic fragility tests were used to determine the effects of medical diagnostic low dose X-rays at 10, 30, and 60 min : Samuel Coker. The maintenance of adequate body fluid volume and the correct distribution of this fluid between the body compartments is a critical part of homeostasis.

The process of osmosis plays an important role in movement of fluid within the body and the use of osmometry is an important part of the management of many patients. In addition to the application of osmometry to the measurement of Cited by:   I'm doing a test to assess the hemolysis of some plasma samples and I have seen that one of the best methods is to see the absorbance at nm.

Hematology terms from book. Their crucial roles in recognizing " self" versus " nonself" and in modulating virtually all aspects of the immune response. the loss of hemoglobin due to low osmotic pressure causing swelling into a spherical rather that disk-shaped RBC.

Chauffard et al. also standardized the osmotic fragility test (a diagnostic tool of the age), described reticulocytes and their increased numbers in congenital hemolytic icterus (later to be known as hereditary spherocytosis), and drew attention to the ‘microcytic’ nature of the RBC in some Cited by: 7.

Osmotic resistance of RBCs Concentration at which complete hemolysis of erythrocytes occurs Normal value – - % Due to elasticity of erythrocyte's membrane lobin - Structure Content: It is composed of the protein globin (a polypeptide), and the pigment heme.

If too much of a substance rushes into the cell, then they create an osmotic imbalance, meaning that the pressure inside the cell compared to outside the cell differs so much that the cell membrane bursts.

This process is called hemolysis (Ivanov ). Hemolysis is the process in. Snake venoms have been shown to contain factors able to attack and disorganize cellular and subcellular membranes. Hemolysis is the expression of red cell membrane distruction by the action of these venom factors which act either directly or through a complex multistep by: Haemolysis is when red blood cells are broken open so that the cytoplasm within them is released into the bloodstream.

It can occur in humans as a result of several different medical problems. Anemia is defined as a decrease in the red blood cell mass. Accurate measurements require labeling of erythrocytes followed by in vivo quantification of the dilution of the labeled cells in the circulation.

Obviously, this is an impractical method for the detection of anemia, and measurements of either the hemoglobin concentration, the hematocrit, or red blood cell count are used.

Understanding these effects may have implications for performance and interpretation of the results of RBC fragility testing, and by extension, to standardization of mechanical fragility as a metric of RBC membrane stability.

Presented here are results aimed to elucidate some aspects of environmental impact of RBC under mechanical by: 3. FRAG: Spherocytes are osmotically fragile cells that rupture more easily in a hypotonic solution than do normal RBCs. Because they have a low surface area:volume ratio, they lyse at a higher osmolarity than do normal discocyte (RBCs).

Cells that have a larger surface area:volume ratio, such as target cells or hypochromic cells are more resistant to lysing. The properties of a solution are different from those of either the pure solute (s) or solvent. Many solution properties are dependent upon the chemical identity of the solute.

Compared to pure water, a solution of hydrogen chloride is more acidic, a solution of ammonia is more basic, a solution of sodium chloride is more dense, and a solution Author: OpenStax.

Osmosis definition is - movement of a solvent (such as water) through a semipermeable membrane (as of a living cell) into a solution of higher solute concentration that tends to equalize the concentrations of solute on the two sides of the membrane.

How to use osmosis in a sentence. Calculation of Osmotic Pressure What is the osmotic pressure (atm) of a M solution of glucose in water that is used for intravenous infusion at body temperature, 37 °C.

Solution We can find the osmotic pressure, Π, using the formula Π = MRT, where T is on the Kelvin scale ( K) and the value of R is expressed in appropriate units (0.

Example Calculating Mole Fraction and Molality The antifreeze in most automobile radiators is a mixture of equal volumes of ethylene glycol and water, with minor amounts of other additives that prevent corrosion. What are the (a) mole fraction and (b) molality of ethylene glycol, C 2 H 4 (OH) 2, in a solution prepared from × × 10 3 g of ethylene glycol and × × 10 3 g of.

The book covers the functional significance and properties of erythrocytes, their generation, senescence, and suicidal death. It further summarizes knowledge about hormones influencing erythrocyte formation including erythropoietin as well as disorders affecting and involving erythrocytes such as anemia, malaria, and sepsis.

A L sample of an aqueous solution containing g of hemoglobin has an osmotic pressure of torr at 22 °C. What is the molar mass of hemoglobin.

Solution. Here is one set of steps that can be used to solve the problem: Convert the osmotic pressure to atmospheres, then determine the molar concentration from the osmotic pressure. This book, The Use of Resealed Erythrocytes, is based on the fourth meeting of the "International Society for the Use of Resealed Erythrocytes as Carriers and Bioreactors" (I.

E.), held in Urbino, Italy, inand examines the most recent applications and developments of this technology. HAEVP: Hemolytic anemia (HA) is characterized by increased red cell destruction and a decreased red cell life span.

Patients usually have decreased hemoglobin concentration, hematocrit, and red blood cell count, but some can have compensated disorders, and symptoms such as reticulocytosis, pigmented gallstones, and decreased haptoglobin are factors that raise clinical suspicion. CHAPTER 43 HEREDITARY SPHEROCYTOSIS, ELLIPTOCYTOSIS, AND RELATED DISORDERS Williams Hematology CHAPTER 43 HEREDITARY SPHEROCYTOSIS, ELLIPTOCYTOSIS, AND RELATED DISORDERS PATRICK G.

GALLAGHER BERNARD G. FORGET Hereditary Spherocytosis Definition and History Etiology and Pathogenesis Clinical Features. A L sample of an aqueous solution containing g of hemoglobin has an osmotic pressure of torr at 22 °C. What is the molar mass of hemoglobin. Solution Here is one set of steps that can be used to solve the problem: Convert the osmotic pressure to atmospheres, then determine the molar concentration from the osmotic : OpenStax.

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One important factor is the presence of a protective additive like glycerol or dimethyl sulfoxide. Hemolysins lyse red blood cells; hemolysis might supply nutrients for bacterial growth.

Leukocidins destroy neutrophils and macrophages that are active in phagocytosis; this decreases host resistance to infection. Coagulase causes fibrinogen in blood to clot; the clot may protect the bacterium from phagocytosis and other host defenses. Hemoglobin (American English) or haemoglobin (British English) (/ ˈ h iː m ə ˌ ɡ l oʊ b ɪ n, ˈ h ɛ-,-m oʊ-/), abbreviated Hb or Hgb, is the iron-containing oxygen-transport metalloprotein in the red blood cells (erythrocytes) of almost all vertebrates (the exception being the fish family Channichthyidae) as well as the tissues of some obin in blood carries oxygen Cofactor(s): heme (4).

The disruption of red blood cell and release of their haemoglobin. There are several types of haemolytic reactions when bacteria such as streptococci or staphylococcus grow on blood agar.

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Clinical Information. Hemolytic anemia (HA) is characterized by increased red cell destruction and a decreased red cell life span. Patients usually have decreased hemoglobin concentration, hematocrit, and red blood cell count, but some can have compensated disorders, and symptoms such as reticulocytosis, pigmented gallstones, and decreased haptoglobin are factors that raise clinical suspicion.

Quantitative methods for determining the osmotic and mechanical fragility of red cells in the peripheral blood and splenic pulp: the mechanism of increased hemolysis in hereditary spherocytosis (congenital hemolytic jaundice) as related to the functions of the spleen. AMA Cited by: 3. There is no mystery when it comes to a “yellow” cat.

Icterus and jaundice—both of which describe a yellowish pigmentation of the skin—indicate hyperbilirubinemia, a 5- to fold elevation in serum bilirubin concentration. However, this is where the certainty ends and the diagnostic challenge begins.

The icteric cat presentation is not a sensitive or specific marker of disease, despite. The hemoglobinemia that follows such hemolysis, coupled with hypotension, can cause acute renal failure and death. Osmotically Active Solutes.

Glycine, sorbitol, and mannitol are electrically nonconducting, but osmotically active, solutes that are added to irrigation fluids to decrease the risk of massive intravascular hemolysis. Osmotic fragility can be increased due to the presence of spherocytes.

These are all nonspecific features that can be present in both hereditary and acquired hemolytic disorders. Inherited hemolytic disorders may include red cell membrane disorders, red cell enzyme defects, or abnormalities in the hemoglobin molecule in the red cell.

Calculating Mole Fraction and Molality The antifreeze in most automobile radiators is a mixture of equal volumes of ethylene glycol and water, with minor amounts of other additives that prevent corrosion.

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•RBCs contain no nucleus or nucleic acids, and thus, can not reproduce.Biochemistry of Hemolysis Biochemistry of Hemolysis Carson, P E; Tarlov, A R By PAUL E. CARSON, M.D.,3 AND ALVIN R. TARLOV, M.D. Department of Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois "Hemolysis is the dissolution of red blood corpuscles with liberation of their hemoglobin" (1).

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