Nuclear Science and Techniques

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Nuclear Science and Techniques ›› 1992, Vol. 3 ›› Issue (2): 112

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MÖSSBAUER STUDIES OF HEMOGLOBIN AND THE IMMUNE FUNCTION OF RBEC OF THE PATIENTS WITH HEPATIC DISEASES

Sun Yunhan (孙云汉)1, Wang Quanxing (王全兴)1, Long Jianqiu (龙建秋)1, Gong Guochuan (龚国川)1, Liu Rongchuan (刘荣川)2, Hsia Yuanfu (夏元复)2, Ni Xinlei (倪新蕾)2, Lu Qingyonu (陆轻铀)2, Huang Runsheng (黄润生)2   

  1. 1 The Naval Medical Research Institute, Shanghai 200433, China;
    2 Nan ing University, Nan ing 210008, China
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Sun Yunhan (孙云汉), Wang Quanxing (王全兴), Long Jianqiu (龙建秋), Gong Guochuan (龚国川), Liu Rongchuan (刘荣川), Hsia Yuanfu (夏元复), Ni Xinlei (倪新蕾), Lu Qingyonu (陆轻铀), Huang Runsheng (黄润生). MÖSSBAUER STUDIES OF HEMOGLOBIN AND THE IMMUNE FUNCTION OF RBEC OF THE PATIENTS WITH HEPATIC DISEASES.Nuclear Science and Techniques, 1992, 3(2): 112

Abstract: Red blood cells (RBC) of the patients with eirrhosis and with primary liver cancer were studied by using Mössbauer spectroscopy. The measurements of RBC from normal adults were made as control. Results showed that the subspectrum representing deoxy-Hb either disappeared or diminished, but no other subspectrum was detected in the samples from the patients. In addition, the immune function of RBC of these two types of patients was measured by using immune-adherence haemagglutination (IAHA), which indicated that its immune function was significantly lower than that of normal adults (P<0.01). These experimental results showed that the components of hemoglobin in RBC are correlated with the immune function of RBC.

Key words: M?ssbauer, Spectroscopy, Red blood cell, Cirrhosis, Primary liver cancer