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Molecular characterization of a third case of human atransferrinemia.
A S Knisely et al.
Blood, 104(8), 2607-2607 (2004-10-07)
J Laskey et al.
Experimental cell research, 176(1), 87-95 (1988-05-01)
Transferrin is essential for cell proliferation and it was suggested that it may trigger a proliferative response following its interaction with receptors, serving as a growth factor. However, since the only clearly defined function of transferrin is iron transport, it
Jérôme Clatot et al.
Nature communications, 8(1), 2077-2077 (2017-12-14)
Fast opening and closing of voltage-gated sodium channels are crucial for proper propagation of the action potential through excitable tissues. Unlike potassium channels, sodium channel α-subunits are believed to form functional monomers. Yet, an increasing body of literature shows inconsistency
E D Letendre et al.
Infection and immunity, 44(2), 320-325 (1984-05-01)
Hypoferremia, the reduction of plasma transferrin iron levels during infection, has been shown to control Neisseria meningitidis infection in mice. The exact nature of the mechanism that regulates this response has been obscure. We have previously shown that hypoferremia does
E Beutler et al.
Blood, 96(13), 4071-4074 (2000-12-09)
Hereditary atransferrinemia is a rare but instructive disorder that has previously been reported in only 8 patients in 6 families. It is characterized by microcytic anemia and by iron loading, and can be treated effectively by plasma infusions. We now
The role of transferrin in the mechanism of cellular iron uptake.
K Thorstensen et al.
The Biochemical journal, 271(1), 1-9 (1990-10-01)
H A Huebers et al.
Blood, 61(2), 283-290 (1983-02-01)
A mechanism is proposed by which apotransferrin is secreted from mucosal cells, loaded with iron in the intestinal lumen, and then the intact complex is taken into the cell. Within the cell, iron is released and transferred to the blood
Dilara Saçlıgil et al.
Journal of separation science, 38(15), 2729-2736 (2015-05-20)
Immunoaffinity adsorbent for transferrin (Tf) purification was prepared by immobilizing anti-transferrin (Anti-Tf) antibody on magnetic monosizepoly(glycidyl methacrylate) beads, which were synthesized by dispersion polymerization technique in the presence of Fe3 O4 nanopowder and obtained with an average size of 2.0
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