|1.||Doucet, Nicolas: 1 article (08/2012)|
|2.||Fournier, Alain: 1 article (08/2012)|
|3.||Chatenet, David: 1 article (08/2012)|
|4.||Truong, Nam Hai: 1 article (08/2012)|
|5.||Vaudry, David: 1 article (08/2012)|
|6.||Folch, Benjamin: 1 article (08/2012)|
|7.||Létourneau, Myriam: 1 article (08/2012)|
|8.||Nguyen, Thi Tuyet Nhung: 1 article (08/2012)|
|9.||Costa, Simonetta: 1 article (01/2008)|
|10.||Savarese, Immacolata: 1 article (01/2008)|
01/01/2008 - "In this patient, all known potential hemolytic agents were excluded and no findings of hemolysis were observed. "
03/20/1947 - "The findings concerning the effect of concentration and temperature on the rate of hemolysis provide a basis for classifying hemolytic agents (Tables I and II). "
01/01/1991 - "The time necessary for 50% hemolysis induced by ozonized liposomes (a convenient measure of hemolytic activity) was found to depend on the extent of ozonation of the PC liposomes, indicating the formation and accumulation of hemolytic agents during ozonation. "
01/01/2003 - "Evaluation included detection of the presence of hemolytic agents, laboratory tests to measure hemolysis, G6PD activity, infection and renal failure, and assessment of outcome and management of hemolysis and renal failure. "
08/13/2012 - "Although cardiotoxins have been characterized as potent hemolytic agents and vasoconstrictors, CTX-I was unable to induce direct hemolysis of human erythrocytes or to induce potent vasoconstriction. "
01/01/1916 - "THE RELATION OF THE SPLEEN TO BLOOD DESTRUCTION AND REGENERATION AND TO HEMOLYTIC JAUNDICE : XV. THE RESISTANCE TO HEMOLYTIC AGENTS OF DOGS IN WHICH THE SPLENIC BLOOD HAS BEEN DIVERTED FROM THE LIVER."
12/01/1913 - "THE RELATION OF THE SPLEEN TO BLOOD DESTRUCTION AND REGENERATION AND TO HEMOLYTIC JAUNDICE : VIII. REGENERATION OF THE BLOOD OF SPLENECTOMIZED DOGS AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF HEMOLYTIC AGENTS."
01/01/1988 - "Collectively, these data indicate that the hydroxylamine metabolites of dapsone are direct acting hemolytic agents that are formed from dapsone in sufficient amounts to account for their being the sole mediators of dapsone-induced hemolytic anemia in the rat."
01/01/1916 - "2. Although the previously existing anemia and the concomitant increased resistance of the red cells of these animals are undoubtedly factors in the greater resistance to hemolytic agents, the lessened tendency to jaundice is, in part at least, due to a mechanical factor dependent on the course of the blood supply to the liver. "
12/01/1915 - "This mechanical influence must, therefore, be a factor in the lessened tendency after splenctomy to the jaundice which follows blood destruction due to hemolytic agents, for whether the spleen be an active factor in destroying the erythrocytes or whether it plays merely a passive part as a place for the deposition of the disintegrating cells, there can be no question that in this organ, when it is present, a large number of cells undergo their final disintegration after the action of hemolytic poisons, and that the hemoglobin there liberated passes by the portal system directly to the liver. "
|4.||Renal Insufficiency (Renal Failure)
|5.||Hematologic Neoplasms (Hematological Malignancy)
|2.||Hydroxylamine (Hydroxylamine Hydrochloride)
|10.||Fatty Acids (Saturated Fatty Acids)