Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : myoglobin


CHANGES IN BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS WITH HEMOPHILIA WITH MUSCLE HEMATOMAS BEFORE AND AFTER TREATMENT

Madasheva. A G.; Maxmudova A D.; Dadajanov. U.D.; Yigitov. A.U.; Shomirzaev. X.M.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 2142-2149

This article we discussed about biochemical changes in blood hemophilia A is a worldwide disorder of the coagulation system. It is a male disease, but women with hemophilia are less common in communities with high levels of kinship. There are steps to achieve an optimum life for patients with hemophilia in developing countries, and awareness of the pattern of death in patients with hemophilia is a prerequisite for any health-care program. Owing to the lack of any data on the pattern of death in patients with hemophilia from developing countries, the current study was done to address common causes of death, and the spectrum of causes of death among individuals with hemophilia A and B.

Structural And Functional Diversity Of Microbial Globins

Shiv Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4022-4028

Hemoglobin and myoglobin are heme proteins that can bind oxygen reversibly and were first reported in vertebrates. Later on, occurrence of hemoglobin was found in all forms of life ranging from prokaryotes to eukaryotes. Myxobacteria are Gram-negative, rod-shaped eubacteria and that belong to delta proteobacteria. They predominantly thrive in soil and have very large genome size with high G+C content in comparison to other eubacteria. It is evident that the globins have been characterized predominantly from bacteria involved in photosynthesis, nitrogen fixation andpathogenicity, where these are implicated in and the protection of photosynthetic machinery from the oxidative damage,protection of nitrogen fixing enzyme from nitrosative and oxidative stress and the virulence of the host, respectively.