Medical News / ASH Data Points to Correlation Between Biomarkers and Sickle Cell Outcomes

Using various sickle cell disease etiological conditions, investigators have identified several biomarkers associated with different cardiopulmonary, renal, and liver dysfunction outcomes. A team of investigators, led by Xu Zhang, PhD, Department of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, examined the correlation of biomarkers that reflect major aspects of the sickle cell disease patho-physiology—hemolysis, anemia, hypoxia, inflammation, and iron overload—with cardiopulmonary, renal, and live dysfunction in adult patients. Source: MDMag. By reading more or clicking on the link below, you are leaving this site and going to another site run by another organization.

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