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Heme Curation v0.0.1-dev

Mechanistic knowledge surrounding heme



Endothelial injury may also be related to Free hemoglobin and its breakdown oxidative product heme, and MPs, which mediates direct proinflammatory, proliferative, and pro-oxidant effects on endothelial cells [22–24] both in PNH and congenital CD59 deficiency, but may be more pronounced in congenital CD59 deficiency and perhaps even more in the brain due to loss of CD59 in the endothelium of these patients.

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