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Marker for Iron-Deficiency Anemia?

The iron regulatory hormone hepcidin may be a useful marker for identifying children with anemia who would benefit from iron supplementation, according to a study in African children (Pasricha S-R et ...

EHA: IV Iron in Pregnancy, AML Salvage, Pretreated NHL (CME/CE)

MILAN (MedPage Today) -- Pregnancy-associated iron deficiency occurred significantly less often with intravenous iron supplementation than with oral iron, according to results of a randomized trial.

EHA: IV Iron in Pregnancy, AML Salvage, Pretreated NHL

MILAN (MedPage Today) -- Pregnancy-associated iron deficiency occurred significantly less often with intravenous iron supplementation than with oral iron, according to results of a randomized trial.

Parenteral iron as a cause of hypophosphataemia

Intravenous iron should be included in the list of drugs that can cause hypophosphataemia when investigating this condition.1 Intravenous iron is often used when iron requirements are too high to be.....

MxIRT1 Overexpression Increases Iron and Zinc in Rice

Iron and zinc are essential minerals not just for plants but also in human nutrition. Iron deficiency could lead to death, which has been evident in developing countries with high rice consumption. Th...

Blocking bacteria's access to iron: an interview with Dr. Laxminarayana Devireddy

Iron is a key nutrient for nearly all living organisms, including bacteria. Iron is a cofactor for many enzymes necessary for basic metabolic reactions such as DNA synthesis and electron transport. Ir...

The Janus transcription factor HapX controls fungal adaptation to both iron starvation and iron excess

Balance of physiological levels of iron is essential for every organism. In Aspergillus fumigatus and other fungal pathogens, the transcription factor HapX mediates adaptation to iron limitation and c...

Structure of an iron-transport protein revealed

(University of Zurich) For the first time, the three dimensional structure of the protein that is essential for iron import into cells, has been elucidated. Biochemists of the University of Zurich hav...

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On the coupling of solvent characteristics to the electronic structure of solute molecules.

We present the results of a theoretical investigation focusing on the solvent structure surrounding the -1, 0 and +1 charged species of F, Cl, Br and I halogen atoms and F2, Cl2, Br2 and I2 di-halogen...

Stabilization of the water oxidizing polypeptide assembly on Photosystem II membranes by osmolytes and other solutes.

The integrity of Photosystem II membranes isolated from chloroplast thylakoids is profoundly affected by the solute environment. Examples are given for stabilizing effects various solutes have on the ...

Update on intravenous iron choices.

Iron deficiency is a major factor in the prevalence and severity of anemia in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). We review the pathophysiology impairing normal intestinal iron absorption in C...

Identification, Prevention and Treatment of Iron Deficiency during the First 1000 Days.

Iron deficiency is a global problem across the life course, but infants and their mothers are especially vulnerable to both the development and the consequences of iron deficiency. Maternal iron defic...

Co-Administration of Silymarin and Deferoxamine against Kidney, Liver and Heart Iron Deposition in Male Iron Overload Rat Model.

Tissue iron deposition may disturb functions of the organs. In many diseases like thalassemia, the patients suffer from iron deposition in kidney and heart tissues. Deferoxamine (DF) is a synthetic ir...

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