2 3-dpg in stored blood

Storage Effect on Serum Electrolytes and pH in Whole Blood

Whole Blood Stored in Traditional Refrigerator Obisike Uchechukwu Achor Department of Medical Laboratory Science Rivers State University of Science and Technology Nkpolu-Oroworukwo Port Harcourt Rivers State Nigeria Abstract: Whole blood storage is needed for the maintenance readily and sufficient blood supply for transfusion Survey has shown of that most laboratories in Nigeria use

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Physiol

Physiol-10A12 Briefly explain the changes that occur in stored whole blood Whole blood contains: -plasma – electrolytes dissolved gases proteins -cells – red + white blood cells platelets -additives – anticoagulants (citrate) nutrients (adenine glucose etc) buffer (phosphate) Plasma proteins include albumin coagulation factors immunoglobulins etc

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2 3

Other articles where 2 3-diphosphoglycerate is discussed: blood: Respiration: tissues and the content of 2 3-diphosphoglycerate (2 3-DPG) in red cells The pH of blood is kept relatively constant at the slightly alkaline level of about 7 4 (pH less than 7 indicates acidity more than 7 alkalinity) The effect of pH on the ability of hemoglobin to bind oxygen is called

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Physiological quality assessment of stored whole blood by

Blood bank storage resulted in a rise in K+ and a fall in Na+ Cl− pH 2 3-DPG and ATP Accordingly all electrical parameters correlated with Na+ K+ Cl− pH and ATP at varying levels By applying the multi-regression analysis it was demonstrated that R i R e and especially C m were appropriate for the assessment of Na+ K+ Cl− pH and ATP until the 21st day of storage

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Circulation of Red Blood Cells Having High Levels of 2 3

Cortical blood flow in both the 2 3-DPG–enriched and –subnormal RBC groups was reduced to 49 47 1% and 48 58 7% of the Ikehara Y Regeneration of 2 3-bisphosphoglycerate and ATP of stored erythrocytes by phosphoenolpyruvate: a new preservative for blood storage In: Brewer GJ ed The Red Cell Fifth Ann Arbor Conference New York NY: Alan R Liss 1981 55:577-592 Google

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Blood doping and related issues: a brief review

2 3-Diphosphoglycerate (2 3-DPG) during storage with both refrigeration and freeze-preservation the reinfusion of stored blood cannot bring about an increase in O2 de-livery and VOM (41) Since Hb has a preferential affinity for 2 3-DPG over oxygen a reduced level al 2 3-DPG results in an increased Ot affinity This causes a leftward

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The Clinical Use of Blood in Medicine Obstetrics

The Clinical Use of Blood in Medicine Obstetrics Paediatrics Surgery Anaesthesia Trauma Burns (WHO 2002 344 pages) Preface: Acknowledgements: Introduction: Part 1 - Principles products and procedures: 1 The appropriate use of blood and blood products: 1 1 Appropriate and inappropriate transfusion: 1 2 Blood safety

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NEET PG

Ans: C The fall in 2 3 DPG is less The infusion of ACD blood caused P 50 and 2 3-DPG concentration to decrease significantly The infusion of blood stored in citrate phosphate dextrose (CPD) did not significantly increase the oxygen affinity To compensate for the increased oxygen affinity there must be a rise in cardiac output or more likely a decrease in venous PO 2

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Evolution of adverse changes in stored RBCs

blood flow Increases in O 2 affinity in stored RBCs reflecting progressive decreases in 2 3-diphosphoglycerate (2 3-DPG) over theweeksofstorage arewelldocumented(17 18) andO 2 delivery by stored RBCs is deficient even early after processing and before significant decline in 2 3-DPG (19) However less is known of how 2-dependent

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Transfusion Part One

Loss of 2 3 DPG Less of a factor in CPDA1 blood Haemolysis Hyperkalaemia Typically not clinically relevant as potassium is taken up into red cells when metabolism resumes Acidaemia Hyponatraemia Not clinically significant Blood can be stored for up to 35 days which corresponds to

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Rejuvesol Washed RBC in Sickle Cell Patients Requiring

Stored blood undergoes some changes that may make it less effective in achieving this goal The purpose of this study is to see if restoring important energy molecules (ATP and 2 3 DPG) in stored red blood cells before they are transfused with a rejuvenating solution (Rejuvesol) offers any advantages to individuals over standard blood transfusion

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Quantitative assessment of erythrocytes and leucocytes in

Quantitative assessment of erythrocytes and leucocytes in CPD Biomed Res- India 2013 Volume 24 Issue 4 505 Figure 1 Correlation of haematocrit on day 0 and sub-sequent days of storage Figure 2 Total Leucocytes count in stored blood Figure 3 The differential count of leucocytes in stored blood Figure 4 Relationship between neutrophil on day

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Introduction to Blood Management

2 3-DPG is undetectable at 1 week fi 12-24 hours to regenerate after transfusion 2 3-DPG enhances the ability of hemoglobin to offload oxygen to the tissues – transfused stored blood can bind O 2 but does not offload it well Free hemoglobin scavenges NO – leads to microcirculatory vasoconstriction Blood Storage Lesion – Biochemical Structural Enzymatic Morphological and

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Biochemical changes in stored whole blood: An

It leads to decreased RBCs size decrease in 2 3 DPG stores and RBCs will become more rigid Also fluid will become more acidotic [8 9 10] The only important electrolyte change in stored blood is that of potassium During blood storage there is a slow but constant leakage of K from cells into the surrounding plasma

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Biomarker Analysis of Stored Blood Products: Emphasis on

products has to be stored according to its particular components However during storage modifications or degradation of those components may occur and are known as storage lesions Thus biomarker discovery of in vivo blood aging as well as in vitro labile blood products storage lesions is of high interest for the transfusion medicine community Pre-analytical issues are of major

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The Clinical Use of Blood in Medicine Obstetrics

The Clinical Use of Blood in Medicine Obstetrics Paediatrics Surgery Anaesthesia Trauma Burns (WHO 2002 344 pages) Preface: Acknowledgements: Introduction: Part 1 - Principles products and procedures: 1 The appropriate use of blood and blood products: 1 1 Appropriate and inappropriate transfusion: 1 2 Blood safety

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Depletion and Regeneration of 2 3‐diphosphoglyceric Acid

The levels of 2 3‐DPG and ATP in red blood cells incubated in fresh plasma at 37 C pH 7 4 to simulate the conditions after reinfusion of stored cells also was investigated ATP levels remained relatively stable under these circumstances and 2 3‐DPG levels were restored gradually However the repletion of 2 3‐DPG was sufficiently slow so that even after eight hours only approximately

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Stored red blood cells (RBCs) undergo continuous degradation leading to structural and biochemical changes To analyze RBC storage lesions complex biochemical and biophysical assays are often employed We demonstrate that label-free imaging flow cytometry and deep learning can characterize RBC morphologies during 42-day storage replacing the current practice of manually quantifying a blood

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2 3-Bisphosphoglyceric acid is formed in red blood cells through the Luebering-Rapoport pathway (a byway of glycolysis) from accumulating 1 3-Bisphosphoglyceric acid The reaction is catalyzed by 2 3-Bisphosphoglycerate mutase 2 3-DPG binds through a non-covalent bond to the beta-subunit of deoxyhemoglobin but does not bind to oxygenated hemoglobin

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Effect of storage levels of nitric oxide derivatives in

Effect of storage levels of nitric oxide derivatives in blood components [version 1 peer review: 5 approved] Melissa A Qazi Fabiola Rizzatti Barbora Piknova Nathawut Sibmooh David F Stroncek Alan N Schechter1 Molecular Medicine Branch National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases National Institutes of Health Bethesda MD 20892 USA Federal University of So

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2 3

2 3-Diphosphoglycerate (2 3 DPG) What is 2 3 DPG? How is it produced in the red blood cell and how does it interact with haemoglobin? What is its relevance in altitude exposure stored blood and anaemia (95A1) (1991) Reference: Nunn p 269 2 3 DPG stands for 2 3-diphosphoglycerate Function of 2 3 DPG Binds to beta-chain of one tetramer of deoxyhaemoglobin causes conformational change that

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Oxygen affinity of blood in altitude Sherpas

Blood samples were taken from the antecubital vein heparinized and stored 0C All analyses were per- formed in duplicate and occasionally in triplicate Hemoglobin concentration hematocrit (Hct) and red blood cell counts (RBC) were determined by standard laboratory procedures [2 3-DPG] was determined by the

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Adaption to High Altitude: An Evaluation of the Storage

Hypoxia has been reported to cause the significant enhancement of hemoglobin (Hb) and hematocrit (Hct) which stabilizes at relatively high levels after an individual ascends to a high altitude However the quality of the suspended red blood cells (SRBCs) obtained from individuals at high altitudes such as Tibetan plateau migrants after storage has not been studied

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Transfusion Part One

Loss of 2 3 DPG Less of a factor in CPDA1 blood Haemolysis Hyperkalaemia Typically not clinically relevant as potassium is taken up into red cells when metabolism resumes Acidaemia Hyponatraemia Not clinically significant Blood can be stored for up to 35 days which corresponds to

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