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9 Possible Causes for B5R

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  • Congenital Methemoglobinemia

    A novel procedure for the detection of b5R activity in human hemolysates was developed, in which b5R monoclonal antibodies dot-blotted on nitrocellulose membrane was used[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] To characterize the mutant enzyme, both glutathione S-transferase (GST)-fused wild-type b5R and GST-fused mutant Cys203Tyr b5R were expressed in Escherichia coli and affinity[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The E212K mutation is uniquely present in the 3' end of the b5R gene (exon 8), which differs from those b5R mutations found among Japanese subjects (exons 3 and 5) and in[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Methemoglobinemia

    Four patients had mutations of b5R gene; two were novel (see Table). Two had type I and 2 had type II b5R deficiency.[bloodjournal.org] 3% per day Methemoglobin levels of Potential Chemical Mechanisms to Reduce Methemoglobin Back to Hemoglobin NADH-Dependent Reaction Catalyzed by Cytochrome b5 Reductase (b5R[mdnxs.com] Aliases for CYB5R3 Gene Cytochrome B5 Reductase 3 2 3 5 NADH-Cytochrome B5 Reductase 3 2 3 Diaphorase-1 3 4 DIA1 3 4 B5R 3 4 NADH-Cytochrome B5 Reductase 3 Membrane-Bound[genecards.org]

  • NADH Cytochrome B5 Reductase Deficiency

    Furthermore, a comparison between methemoglobinemia type I and type II, both caused by a deficiency of NADH-cytochrome b5 reductase (b5R), is made.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The E212K mutation is uniquely present in the 3′ end of the b5R gene (exon 8), which differs from those b5R mutations found among Japanese subjects (exons 3 and 5) and in[utah.pure.elsevier.com] Fig. 1C shows that no b5R antigen was detected in the fibroblasts of patient 3.[vdocuments.site]

  • Vaccinia Virus Infection

    ., 1996 ), A34R ( Duncan and Smith, 1992 ), A36R ( Parkinson and Smith, 1994 ), A56R ( Payne and Norrby, 1976 ; Shida, 1986 ), B5R ( Engelstad et al ., 1992 ; Isaacs et al[emboj.embopress.org] Studies using recombinant viruses have shown that A33R, A34R, B5R and F13L play an important role in IEV assembly ( Blasco and Moss, 1991 ; Engelstad and Smith, 1993 ; Wolffe[emboj.embopress.org] Wolffe EJ , Isaacs SN and Moss B ( 1993 ) Deletion of the vaccinia virus B5R gene encoding a 42kD membrane glycoprotein inhibits extracellular virus envelope formation and[emboj.embopress.org]

  • Cortical Dysplasia Complex with Other Brain Malformations 5

    CDC B46 CDC B47 CDC B48 CDC B49 CDC B5A CDC B5B CDC B5C CDC B5D CDC B5E CDC B5F CDC B5G CDC B5H CDC B5I CDC B5J CDC B5K CDC B5L CDC B5M CDC B5N CDC B5O CDC B5P CDC B5Q CDC B5R[carloporta.net] CDC-B46 CDC-B47 CDC-B48 CDC-B49 CDC-B5A CDC-B5B CDC-B5C CDC-B5D CDC-B5E CDC-B5F CDC-B5G CDC-B5H CDC-B5I CDC-B5J CDC-B5K CDC-B5L CDC-B5M CDC-B5N CDC-B5O CDC-B5P CDC-B5Q CDC-B5R[carloporta.net]

  • Erythrocytosis

    Physiological forms of methemoglobin are reduced to maintain the methemoglobin level 36 Congenital methemoglobinemias are of three main types: the autosomal recessive cytochrome b5R[nature.com]

  • Secondary Polycythemia

    Physiological forms of methemoglobin are reduced to maintain the methemoglobin level 36 Congenital methemoglobinemias are of three main types: the autosomal recessive cytochrome b5R[nature.com]

  • Polycythemia Type Chuvash

    Physiological forms of methemoglobin are reduced to maintain the methemoglobin level 36 Congenital methemoglobinemias are of three main types: the autosomal recessive cytochrome b5R[nature.com]

  • Autosomal Dominant Secondary Polycythemia

    Physiological forms of methemoglobin are reduced to maintain the methemoglobin level 36 Congenital methemoglobinemias are of three main types: the autosomal recessive cytochrome b5R[nature.com]

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