iron loss


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iron loss

[′ī·ərn ‚lȯs]
(electromagnetism)
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Because of their menstrual blood losses, women of childbearing age tend to have low, or no, built-up iron stores and thus tend to become anaemic more quickly if iron loss exceeds iron intake.
Haptoglobin binds free hemoglobin and removes it from the circulation (8), thus preventing iron loss and kidney damage during hemolysis (9).
Sweat iron loss of male and female runners during exercise.
The effects of heat and exercise on sweat iron loss.
Examination of the column effluents and eluates only a few hours after the elution step showed a small transferrin iron loss (weak bands of [Fe.
With continued iron loss, an individual either reaches equilibrium at a lower concentration of iron stores or becomes iron-depleted, eventually developing iron-deficient erythropoiesis and anemia.
With further iron loss, and as iron-deficient erythropoiesis begins, circulating transferrin receptor concentrations begin to increase and continue to do so as the severity of iron-deficient erythropoiesis increases, reflecting the increasing numbers of receptors on the erythroid cells of the bone marrow.
A smear can result by the overlapping of several transferrins with different iron and sialic acid contents because of transferrin iron loss [22] during passage through the anion-exchange column.