By Neal S. Young (Editor), Joel Moss (Editor)
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) has been famous for over a century. This mysterious sickness is now understood on the point of the gene and the protein. The pathophysiology is said to a category of mobilephone floor proteins with specific biochemical and actual features. lately it's been said that PNH isn't infrequent, and as soon as delicate assays--based at the chemistry of the proteins--can be utilized to many patients.Written through foreign specialists within the box, this e-book encompasses a variety of precise features, reminiscent of the scientific beneficial properties of PNH, the mechanism of hemolysis, the biochemistry of glycosylphosphoinositol anchors, and the chemistry and biophysics of GPI-anchored proteins.This detailed and well timed quantity could have a large viewers, together with hematologists and oncologists with a scientific curiosity during this disorder, in addition to simple biochemists, immunologists, and mobile biologists learning this category of proteins. Key positive aspects* Outlines the chemical beneficial properties of PNH* Explains the mechanism of hemolysis* comprises paintings at the biochemistry of glycophosphoinositol anchors* comprises descriptions of the chemistry and biophysics of GPI-anchored proteins
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