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Effectiveness of one tube osmotic fragility screening in detecting p-thalassaemia trait.
Trypanosoma evansi: Effect of experimental infection on the osmotic fragility, lipid peroxidation and calcium-ATPase activity of rat red blood cells.
5) They also show unusual osmotic fragility, which together with the thermal instability, can result in an MCV as low as 25 to 75 fL.
The Figure 3 represents the results of osmotic fragility measurement for erythrocyte collected from control group and coalmine workers, where the percentage of hemolyzed cells has been plotted as a function of the percentage concentration of NaCl.
The primary tests include osmotic fragility test, hemoglobin electrophoresis, G6PD and PK enzyme levels.
Table 1: Effect of Novizac (a) combination on mean osmotic fragility during treatment of post-parturient haemoglobinuria (n=6) Salt Solution Mean osmotic fragility (%) concentration (%) Healthy control 0.
Renal function tests, haemoglobin electrophoresis, Coomb's and osmotic fragility tests done in the past were normal.
Serum Malondialdehyde, Vitamin E, erythrocyte reduced glutathione, osmotic fragility of red blood cells and serum ferritin were measured.
In this study, the effects on packed cell volume (PCV) and osmotic fragility were determined in rats fed Ximenia caffra seed meal (XCSM) as a non-conventional dietary protein source.
The incubated osmotic fragility curves of both the patient and her son were shifted to right with a tail of fragile cells.
In an osmotic fragility test of red blood cell (RBC), lysis started at 0.