DPG

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AcronymDefinition
DPGDroguería Pisa Guatemala (Guatemalan drug store)
DPGDéclaration de Politique Générale (French: General Policy Statement; various locations)
DPGDeutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft
DPGDesktop Products Group
DPGDiphosphoglycerate
DPGDogg Pound Gangsta
DPGDipropylene Glycol
DPGDugway Proving Ground
DPGDeutsche Phytomedizinische Gesellschaft (German Phytomedical Society, Berlin)
DPGDefense Planning Guidance (US DoD)
DPGDirection de la Police Générale (French: General Directorate of Police)
DPGDietetic Practice Group
DPGDelhi Policy Group (India)
DPGDeutsch-Polnische Gesellschaft (German-Polish Society, Bonn)
DPGDiplomatic Protection Group (Metropolitan Police of London)
DPGDifferential Pressure Gauge(s)
DPGDiphenyl Guanidine (rubber accelerator)
DPGDeutsche Postgewerkschaft (German mail workers labor union)
DPGDisplay Products Group (various companies)
DPGDirect Paintball Gear
DPGDirectorate of Public Grievances (India)
DPGDépartement de Photochimie Générale (French: General Department of Photochemistry)
DPGDeutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft (German)
DPGDigital Pattern Generator
DPGData Processing Group
DPGDroit Public Général (French: General Public Law; course)
DPGDevelopment Promotion Group (India)
DPGDisqualifié pour Avoir Passé le Poteau au Galop (French horse racing)
DPGDiffuse Pontine Glioma (brain tumor)
DPGDisabled Persons Grant (Ireland)
DPGDoubleplusgood (Newspeak from the George Orwell book 1984)
DPGDojo Pays de Guingamp (French judo club)
DPGDestination Planning Guide (tourist publication)
DPGDivephotoguide.com (Underwater Holdings, LLC website)
DPGDovydas Prieš Galijota (Lithuanian: David versus Goliath; band)
DPGData Products Guide
DPGDedicated Packet Group
DPGDate of Permanent Grade
DPGDeputy Public Guardian
DPGDelivery Point Group (geographic plots)
DPGDraft Policy Guidance
DPGDynamic Peer Group
DPGDaniel Prayer Group
DPGDosimetry Policy Group
DPGDirector's Planning Guidance
DPGDiscovery and Pipeline Genetics
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This shift to the left of the hemoglobin oxygen dissolution curve results from poor binding of 2-3 diphosphoglycerate by HbF.
(25.) Killmartin JV, Interaction of hemoglobin with proteins CO2 & 2:3 diphosphoglycerate, Brit.
It is well known that the storage of preserved blood at temperatures of 4[+ or -] 2 [degrees]C does not stop metabolic and degradation processes, it just slows them down, causing the free hemoglobin, potassium, ammonia and lactic acid content increases in the blood, the disappearance of unstable coagulation factors activity, a decrease in the 2,3 diphosphoglycerate (DPG) or 2.3 DPG concentration and an increase in acidity, i.e.
It has an anti-inflammatory action due to inhibition of formation of inflammation producing substances, tissue oxygenation is increased due to increased 2, 3 diphosphoglycerate level in the red blood cells.
(1984) Effects of phosphate loading on 2, 3 diphosphoglycerate and maximal oxygen uptake.
decreased 2, 3- diphosphoglycerate (DPG) in RBC (depleted by Day 21 of storage); and
The pathological mutations that cause erythrocytosis are usually located at the subunit interfaces, within the heme pocket, or at the 2,3 diphosphoglycerate binding site.
Hypophosphatemia causes depletion of red cell 2,3 diphosphoglycerate which primarily functions in promoting oxygen release from oxyhemoglobin thereby causing hepatic hypoxia.
Respiratory alkalosis increases affinity of Oxygen to hemoglobin and associated hypophosphatemia impairs generation of 2-3 DPG (diphosphoglycerate), both this leads to reduced availability of Oxygen to tissues (1).
The oxygen equilibrium curves of the hemolysate in the presence of 1 mmol/L diphosphoglycerate (DPG) were also identical to those of Hb A in the same experimental conditions.
[4] Nonstandard abbreviations: Hb, hemoglobin; ESMS, electrospray ionization mass spectrometry; rp, reversed-phase; DPG, diphosphoglycerate; and GHb, glycohemoglobin.
This procedure was not necessary for Hb H because the preparation of Hb H involved dissociating the globin chains, which simultaneously removed diphosphoglycerate.