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Identifying and removing xenobiotic substances and exposures that may challenge iron binding, transport, and utilization.
01, respectively), and a positive significant correlation with serum iron binding capacity (r=0.
Anemia profile studies involved the analysis of parameters such as red blood cells (RBC) level determined by the electrical impedance method [20], hemoglobin (HGB) level determined by the modified hemiglobincyanide method [21], serum transferrin determined by the turbidity method [22], total iron binding capacity (TIBC), and the serum ferritin level [23,24].
Indicators of the iron status of populations: free erythrocyte protoporphyrin and zinc protoporphyrin; serum and plasma iron, total iron binding capacity and transferrin saturation; and serum transferrin receptor.
2) Nonstandard abbreviations: UIBC, unsaturated iron binding capacity; TIBC, total iron binding capacity.
To calculate the unsaturated iron binding capacity (UIBC), the serum iron concentration was subtracted from the TIBC.
In comparison with Con group significant changes were observed in the serum hepcidin, iron, ferritin-R levels and Total iron binding capacity of experimental groups.
Iron deficiency anemia characterized by microcytic anemia, low serum iron concentration, high total iron binding capacity (TIBC) (11).
The blood count was then measured electronically by the ABX Micros ES 60 hemotology analyzer (Horiba ABX SAS, Montpelier, France), and the serum iron and transferrin levels as well as the total and latent iron binding capacities (TIBC and LIBC) were measured using the ferrozine method based on a photometric color test utilizing the Cobas 6000 analyzer (Roche Diagnostics, Basel, Switzerland).
Additionally, the extracted phosvitin does not aggregate and iron binding ability is not influenced when the solution is heated at 90[degrees]C for 60 min (Castellani et al.
Serum iron, total iron binding capacity (TIBC), percentage saturation, body weight, albumin, aspartate aminotransferase, and hematocrit were monitored at regular intervals for 2.
Iron studies results were consistent with iron deficiency, as follows: serum iron: 13 [micro]g/dL; total iron binding capacity: 416 [micro]g/dL; ferritin level: 10 ng/mL.