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Hemoglobin redox reactions and red blood cell aging. The physiological mechanism s for recognition and removal of red blood cells RBCs from circulation after days of its lifespan is not fully understood.

Many of the processes thought to be associated with the removal of RBCs involve oxidative stress. We have focused on hemoglobin Hb redox reactions, which is the major source of RBC oxidative stress. The importance of Hb redox reactions have been shown to originate in large parts from the continuous slow autoxidation of Hb producing superoxide and its dramatic increase under hypoxic conditions.

In addition, oxidative stress has been shown to be associated with redox reactions that originate from Hb reactions with nitrite and nitric oxide NO and the resultant formation of biiofisica toxic peroxynitrite when NO reacts with superoxide released during Hb autoxidation.

The interaction of Hb, particularly under hypoxic conditions with band 3 of the RBC membrane is critical for the generating the RBC membrane changes that trigger the removal of cgc from circulation. These changes include exposure of antigenic sites, increased calcium leakage into the RBC, and the resultant leakage of potassium out of the RBC causing cell shrinkage and impaired deformability. The need to understand the oxidative damage to specific membrane proteins that result from redox reactions occurring when Hb is bound to the membrane.

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Proteomic studies that can pinpoint the specific proteins damaged under different conditions will help elucidate the cellular aging processes that result in cells being removed from circulation. Exploring the relationship of biofosica total bilirubin, red blood cell, and hemoglobin with biofisia pressure during childhood and adolescence. Total bilirubin is beneficial for protecting cardiovascular diseases in adults.

The authors aimed to investigate the association of total bilirubin, red blood cell, and hemoglobin levels with the prevalence of high blood pressure in children and adolescents. A total of students aged from 6 to 16 years old were examined using cluster sampling. Pre-high blood pressure and high blood pressure were respectively defined as the point of 90th and 95th percentiles based on the Fourth Report on the Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure in Children and Adolescents.

Both systolic and diastolic blood pressure were standardized into z-scores. Peripheral total bilirubin, red blood cell and hemoglobin levels were significantly correlated with age, and also varied with gender.

Peripheral total bilirubin was negatively correlated with systolic blood pressure in 6- and 9-year-old boys, whilst positively correlated with diastolic blood pressure in the year-old boys and to year-old girls p0. Total bilirubin could be weakly correlated with both systolic and diastolic blood pressure, as correlations varied with age and gender in children and adolescents; in turn, the increased levels of red blood cell and hemoglobin are proposed to be positively associated with the prevalence of high blood pressure.

Published by Elsevier Editora Ltda. Hemoglobinred blood cell count, hematocrit and derived parameters for diagnosing anemia in elderly males. Anemia is one of the most common micronutrient deficiency in our community. Nutritional anaemias are caused when there is an inadequate body store of a specific nutrient needed for hemoglobin synthesis. The most common nutrient deficiency is of iron. The demographic results showed mean values Similarly, mean values for lean body weight LBW found to be More so, overall mean Hb found to be The volunteers were suggested to improve the dietary habits and to take iron supplements in order to overcome the iron deficiency anemia.

Packed red blood cell transfusion causes greater hemoglobin rise at a lower starting hemoglobin in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage. There are few data on modifiers of this relationship other than gender and body mass index BMI. In the retrospective cohort, 48 of patients were transfused, and in the prospective cohort, 56 of 93 patients were transfused.


Shape variations of red blood cells RBCs are known to occur upon exposure to various drugs or under diseased conditions. The commonly observed discocytic RBCs can be transformed to echinocytic or stomatocytic shape under such conditions. Raman spectra of the three major shape variations, namely discocyte, echinocyte, and stomatocyte, of RBCs were studied while subjecting the cells to oxygenated and deoxygenated conditions.

Analysis of the recorded spectra suggests an increased level of hemoglobin Hb -oxygen affinity for the echinocytes. Also, some level of Hb degradation could be noticed for the deoxygenated echinocytes.

The effects may arise from a reduced level of intracellular adenosine triphosphate in echinocytic cells and an increased fraction of submembrane Hb. Investigations on the role of hemoglobin in sulfide metabolism by intact human red blood cells.

In addition to their role as oxygen transporters, red blood cells RBCs contribute to cardiovascular homeostasis by regulating nitric oxide NO metabolism via interaction of hemoglobin Hb with nitrite and NO itself. RBCs were proposed to also participate in sulfide metabolism. Although Hb is known to react with sulfide, sulfide metabolism by intact RBCs has not been characterized so far.

Therefore we explored the role of Hb in sulfide metabolism in intact human RBCs. However, sulfide reacts with methemoglobin metHbforming a methemoglobin-sulfide metHb-SH complex. Moreover, while metHb-SH is stable in cell-free systems even in the presence of biologically relevant thiols, it gradually decomposes to produce oxyHb, inorganic polysulfides and thiosulfate in intact cells, as detected by EPR and mass spectrometry.

Taken together, our results demonstrate that under physiological conditions RBCs are able to metabolize sulfide via intermediate formation of a metHb-SH complex, which subsequently decomposes to oxyHb. We speculate that decomposition of metHb-SH is preceded by an inner-sphere electron transfer, forming reduced Hb which binds oxygen to form oxyHb and thiyl radical a process we here define as “reductive sulfhydration”which upon release, gives rise to the oxidized products, thiosulfate and polysulfides.

Thus, not only is metHb an efficient scavenger and regulator of sulfide in bloodintracellular sulfide itself may play a role in keeping Hb in the reduced oxygen-binding form and, therefore, be involved in RBC physiology and function. Published by Elsevier Inc. A study of membrane protein defects and alpha hemoglobin chains of red blood cells in human beta thalassemia. The soluble pool of alpha hemoglobin chains present in blood or bone marrow cells was measured with a new affinity method using a specific probe, beta A hemoglobin chain labeled with [ 3 H]N-ethylmaleimide.

This pool of soluble alpha chains was 0. The amount of insoluble alpha chains was measured by using the polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in urea and Triton X In beta thalassemia intermedia the amount of insoluble alpha chains was correlated with the decreased spectrin content of red cell membrane and was associated with a decrease in ankyrin and with other abnormalities of the electrophoretic pattern of membrane proteins.

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The loss and topology of the reactive thiol groups of membrane proteins was determined by using [ 3 H]N-ethylmaleimide added to membrane ghosts prior to urea and Triton X electrophoresis.

Spectrin and ankyrin were the major proteins with the most important decrease of thiol groups. Effects of iron supplementation on red blood cell hemoglobin content in pregnancy. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available Although a mild degree of anemia is common in the third trimester of pregnancy, it remains a challenge to establish whether a decrease in hemoglobin Hb concentration is physiological or pathological.

The aim of this study was to establish short-term effects of iron supplementation on the hemoglobin content of reticulocytes Ret-He and red blood cells RBC-He in case of suspected iron deficient erythropoiesis IDE in the third trimester of pregnancy. After iron supplementation, reticulocyte counts increased from 0. Oxygen saturation sO2 of red blood cells RBCs in capillaries can indirectly assess local tissue oxygenation and metabolic function.

For example, the altered retinal oxygenation in diabetic retinopathy and local hypoxia during tumor development in cancer are reflected by abnormal sO2 of local capillary networks. However, it is far from clear whether accurate label-free optical oximetry i.

The sO2-dependent hemoglobin absorption contrast present in optical scattering signal is complicated by geometry-dependent scattering from RBCs. We present a numerical study of backscattering spectra from single RBCs based on the first-order Born approximation, considering practical factors: RBC orientations, size variation, and deformations. We show that the oscillatory spectral behavior of RBC geometries is smoothed by variations in cell size and orientation, resulting in clear sO2-dependent spectral contrast.


In addition, this spectral contrast persists with different mean cellular hemoglobin content and different deformations of RBCs. This study shows for the first time the feasibility of, and provides a biofisicz model for, label-free optical oximetry at the single capillary level using backscattering-based imaging modalities, challenging the biofisjca view that such measurements are impossible aasimov the single capillary level.

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Extravascular red blood cells and hemoglobin promote tumor growth and therapeutic resistance as endogenous danger signals. Hemorrhage is a common clinical manifestation in patients with cancer. Intratumor hemorrhage has been demonstrated ibofisica be a poor prognostic factor for cancer patients. In this study, we investigated the role of RBCs and hemoglobin Hb in the process of tumor progression and therapeutical response. RBCs and Hb potently promoted tumor cell proliferation and syngenic tumor growth.

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Tumor growth induced by RBCs was accompanied by an inflammatory signature, increased tumor vasculature, and influx ccb M2 macrophages. In both the peritoneal cavity and tumor microenvironment, extravascular RBCs rapidly recruited monocyte-macrophages into the lesion sites. Our results provide novel insights into the protumor function of RBCs and Hb as endogenous danger signals, which can promote tumor cell proliferation, macrophage recruitment, and polarization.

Hemorrhage may represent a useful prognostic factor for cancer patients because of its role in tumor promotion and chemoresistance. Directly observed reversible shape changes and hemoglobin stratification during centrifugation of human and Amphiuma red blood cells.

bilfisica This paper describes changes that occur in human and Amphiuma red blood cells observed during centrifugation with a special microscope. Dilute suspensions of cells were layered, in a centrifuge chamber, above an osmotically matched dense solution, containing Nycodenz, Ficoll, or Percoll Pharmacia that formed a density gradient that allowed the cells to slowly settle to an equilibrium position.

Biconcave human red blood cells moved downward at low forces with minimum wobble. The cells oriented vertically when the force field was increased and Hb sedimented as the lower part of each cell became bulged and assumed a “bag-like” shape.

The upper centripetal portion of the cell became thinner and remained biconcave.

These changes occurred rapidly and were completely reversible upon lowering the centrifugal force. Bag-shaped cells, upon touching boofisica cells in rouleau, immediately reverted to biconcave disks as they flipped onto zsimov stack. Amphiuma red cells displayed a different type of reversible stratification and deformation at high force fields. Here the cells became stretched, with the nucleus now moving centrifugally, the Hb moving centripetally, and the bottom of the cells becoming thinner and clear.

Nevertheless, the distribution of the marginal bands niofisica the cells’ rim was unchanged. We conclude that centrifugation, per se, while changing a red cell’s shape and the distribution of its intracellular constituents, does so in a completely reversible manner.

Centrifugation biofsica red cells harboring altered or missing structural elements could provide information on shape determinants that are still unexplained. The analysis of the cytosolic red blood cell RBC proteome is negatively affected by the high intracellular amount of hemoglobin complicating the detection of low-abundant cytosolic proteins.

Hemoglobin removal was accomplished by using HemoVoid TM depletion reagent, which enabled a very efficient enrichment of low-abundant proteins by simultaneously reducing the hemoglobin concentration of the sample.

Thus, the presented approach proved to be highly suitable to prepare reproducible high-resolution 2D protein maps of the RBC cytosol and provides a helpful tool for future studies investigating disease- or storage-induced changes of the cytosolic RBC proteome.

Hemoglobin Function in Stored Blood. Several advantages over ACA are important. Blood stored in CPD maintains higher.