HRBC

(redirected from Human Red Blood Cell)
AcronymDefinition
HRBCHigh-Risk Breast Cancer (oncology)
HRBCHuman Red Blood Cell
HRBCHuman Resources Business Center (US Army)
HRBCHarford Reptile Breeding Center (Bel Air, MD)
HRBCHomologous Red Blood Cell (hematology)
HRBCHardened Red Blood Cells
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The MIT researchers studied the Martian atmosphere at the planet's poles, which become cold enough in winter to freeze alcohol and to condense the carbon dioxide gas into tiny snowlike particles that are about the size of a human red blood cell.
Malaria is the number one killer of humans, so it makes sense that a mutation eventually arose that makes human red blood cells resistant to the malaria parasites, and for the gene to rise in frequency in malaria-prone populations (Sub-saharan Africa).
Study the effect of spores and conidia of the isolated fungi on the decomposition of human red blood cells is one of the objectives of this research.
Evidence and possible consequences of the phosphorylation of nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors in human red blood cells.
These researchers had previously developed a new approach to express large panels of correctly folded, full-length proteins from the Plasmodium falciparum parasite, targeting proteins involved in the invasion of human red blood cells.
The metallopolymer by itself even demonstrated antimicrobial properties, lysing bacterial cells while leaving human red blood cells unaffected.
Researchers have tested a handful of molecules that block NMT in malaria parasites living in human red blood cells and in mice.
May 30, 2013 -- A new study has identified a novel approach to create an unlimited number of human red blood cells and platelets in vitro.
May 30, 2013--A new study has identified a novel approach to create an unlimited number of human red blood cells and platelets in vitro.
The company's proprietary core technology is based on the use of human red blood cells (RBCs) to improve the pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) properties of therapeutic molecules.
The contract has been signed to grant Orphan Europe the commercialisation and distribution rights for Graspa, which consists of L-asparaginase entrapped into human red blood cells.
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