sickle cell

NOUN
  1. an abnormal red blood cell that has a crescent shape and an abnormal form of hemoglobin
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  • An example is sickle cell disease, where the red cells become rigid and deformed and break down more readily, leading to anaemia.
  • This project is designed to establish a comprehensive understanding of the structures, factors and mechanisms that affect the stability of human beta-globin mRNA. This information promises to be helpful in designing therapies for sickle cell disease. Sickle cell disease research at The Children's Hospital
  • Normal red blood cells are round and pliable, but in persons with sickle cell anemia these cells become firm and inflexible.
  • * Enjoyed this from Boing Boing: lecture from Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky on evolution, religion, schizophrenia and the schizotypal personality, arguing by analogy to sickle cell that schizophrenia is the hypertrophic result of genes that in isolation reward their holder with feverous religious certainty. Brand New Day Monday « Gerry Canavan
  • Other significant conditions were aspiration of vomitus and sickle cell disorder.
  • Sickle cell disease is a blood disease that children inherit from their parents.
  • At baseline, levels of circulating leucocytes and vascular cell adhesion molecules were elevated in the sickle cell mice.
  • Important health maintenance measures in sickle cell disease include: Diagnosing and treating sickle cell disease
  • The most effective way of organising specialist care is through sickle cell centres, which can offer both clinical and psychological support.
  • The deaths from malaria among AA persons were balanced out by the increased survival among AS persons, which is why sickle cell disease remained in malarial areas. An Evolutionary Model of Depression, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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