S S Marwah
Affiliation: Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
- Vitamin E correlates inversely with non-transferrin-bound iron in sickle cell diseaseS S Marwah
Department of Haematology, City Hospital Trust, Dudley Road, Birmingham B18 7QH, UK
Br J Haematol 114:917-9. 2001..58, P < 0.001). NTBI associated with iron overload in SCD may increase the potential for oxidative damage and low vitamin E activity may compound this effect...
- Reduced vitamin E antioxidant capacity in sickle cell disease is related to transfusion status but not to sickle crisisS S Marwah
Department of Haematology, City Hospital Trust, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Am J Hematol 69:144-6. 2002..001). Transfusional iron overload in SCD may increase the potential for oxidative damage, and low antioxidant capacity may compound this effect...
- Increased levels of soluble P-selectin correlate with iron overload in sickle cell diseaseA D Blann
Department of Haematology, City Hospital, Birmingham, B18 7QH, UK
Br J Biomed Sci 64:124-6. 2007..001), but only sP-selectin was higher in present sickle crisis (P<0.001). We suggest that increased NTBI associated with blood transfusion iron overload in SCD may promote platelet activation...
- Increased non-transferrin bound iron in plasma-depleted SAG-M red blood cell unitsS S Marwah
The City Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham, UK
Vox Sang 82:122-6. 2002..We hypothesized that this may be related to excess NTBI present in plasma-depleted red blood cell units that are free of clear haemolysis...