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Effect of human erythrocyte stromata on complement activation

British Journal of Haematology

Feb 1, 1975

Roberto CorrocherG De Sandre

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Stroma from either normal or PNH-like red cells is capable of inhibiting, to some extent, lysis in the sucrose test and enhancing lysis in the acidified-serum test. The same opposing effects are displayed by the exclusion peaks from Sephadex G-200 obtained from each stroma preparation, ...read more

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Hemolytic Complement
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria
Biochemical Pathway
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Pathologic Cytolysis
Erythrocytes
Sucrose
Hemolysis
Thyroid Crisis
Saccharum officinale, sucrose, cane sugar, Homeopathic preparation
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Effect of human erythrocyte stromata on complement activation

British Journal of Haematology

Feb 1, 1975

Roberto CorrocherG De Sandre

PMID: 33

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2141.1975.tb01817.x

Abstract

Stroma from either normal or PNH-like red cells is capable of inhibiting, to some extent, lysis in the sucrose test and enhancing lysis in the acidified-serum test. The same opposing effects are displayed by the exclusion peaks from Sephadex G-200 obtained from each stroma preparation, ...read more

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Hemolytic Complement
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria
Biochemical Pathway
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Pathologic Cytolysis
115
3

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