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Iron carbonyl compounds     carbon monoxide; iron

Synonyms: Iron carbonyl, HSDB 6347, AC1LAR58, LS-84229, UN1994, ...
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Disease relevance of IRON PENTACARBONYL


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Biological context of IRON PENTACARBONYL


Anatomical context of IRON PENTACARBONYL

  • Furthermore, the NK population did not contain pre-activated macrophages since pre-activated cells were removed on glass bead columns or by iron carbonyl and a magnet; treatments which have been previously shown not to affect NK cells [11].
  • Spleen cells reactive with spherules could not be depleted by treatment with iron carbonyl, antiimmunoglobulin plus complement, or anti-brain-associated theta plus complement, but they were partially or completely depleted after rosette formation with erythrocytes coated with antibody or murine complement [12].
  • Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells and polymorphonuclear (PMN) leukocytes, separated by Ficoll-Hypaque have been incubated with a preparation containing iron carbonyl, and studied by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) in the backscattered electron imaging (BEI) mode [10].
  • Iron, in the form of iron carbonyl, has been found to be an excellent marker for the phagocytic activity of granulocytes and monocytes [13].

Associations of IRON PENTACARBONYL with other chemical compounds




Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of IRON PENTACARBONYL


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