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By Gregory S. Makowski

Volume forty seven within the across the world acclaimed Advances in scientific Chemistry comprises chapters submitted from best specialists from academia and scientific laboratory technological know-how. Authors are from a various box of scientific chemistry disciplines and diagnostics starting from uncomplicated biochemical exploration to state of the art microarray know-how.

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    Hyg. 102 (8) (2008) 735–742. W. Buehler, B. Abraham, F. Vallelian, C. P. F. , Haptoglobin preserves the CD163 hemoglobin scavenger pathway by shielding hemoglobin from peroxidative modification, Blood 113 (11) (2009) 2578–2586. H. Bowman, A. Kuros, Haptoglobin: the evolutionary product of duplication, unequal crossing over, and point mutation, Adv. Hum. Genet. 12 (1982) 189–261; 453–454. [19] J. Javid, The effect of haptoglobin size on hemoglobin binding capacity, Vox Sang 10 (1965) 320–325. [20] L.

    Mtb scavenges iron from cytoplasmic sources or from the transferrin/transferrin receptor complex in the early endosome. The cytoplasmic iron sources of the macrophage consist of heme-bound iron and iron bound to transferrin and lactoferrin. Heme-bound iron is mainly captured from red blood cells and from the Hb–Hp complex taken up via the HbSR CD163 [81]. Several studies suggest an important factor of the Hp polymorphism in the pathophysiology of tuberculosis, the clinical course during active infection, and the possibility of recurrence.

    Structural changes associated with altered antibody binding would additionally be associated with altered Hp affinity [71]. 5. HP POLYMORPHISM AND TUBERCULOSIS Tuberculosis, among the infectious diseases is the second leading cause of death worldwide. Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) is identified as an etiologic agent. Most commonly, Mtb affects the lungs (pulmonary tuberculosis), but infections of the bones, the genitourinary system, the central nervous system, the circulatory system, the gastrointestinal system, and the skin are HAPTOGLOBIN POLYMORPHISM AND INFECTION 33 described [79].

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