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HAEMHerpes-Associated Erythema Multiforme
HAEMHouse Arrest with Electronic Monitoring
HAEMHuman Acute Encephalomyelitis Virus (immunology)
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Elevated brain TRP and enhanced 5-HT turnover in acute hepatic haem deficiency: clinical implications.
Falcipain-II and falcipain-III are reported as haem degradation metabolizing enzymes responsible for initiating the degradation of host erythrocyte haemoglobin inside the food vacuole of the parasite.
The second speculates that artemisinin is uniquely activated by haem in malaria vacuoles.
Erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP) is an autosomal dominant defect in haem synthesis caused by defective ferrochelatase; the terminal enzyme.
Among the topics are siderophores from bacteria and from fungi, haem uptake and iron extraction by bacteria, mechanisms and regulation of iron homeostasis in the Rhizobia, iron uptake in Shigella and Escherichia coli, haem and iron metabolism in Bacteriodes, iron dependence and transport in Cyanobacteria, and iron uptake in Staphylococci.
Hydrogen sulphide poisoning: blood sulphide concentration and changes in haem metabolism.
Carnitine-mediated improved response to erythropoietin involves induction of haem oxygenase-1: studies in humans and in an animal model.
If plasma CK continues to rise, forced diuresis using mannitol can minimise intratubular haem pigment deposition and act as a free radical scavenger [5].
Iron is found in food as either haem or non-haem iron.
Unconjugated bilirubin is produced by the breakdown of haem, which is found in red blood cells.
Nitric oxide binds to the haem moiety of guanylate cyclase and increases its activity by 400-fold, catalyzing the conversion of guanosine triphosphate to cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP).