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relatively high percentage of Greyhounds have an appropriate donor blood type (at a minimum, negative for dog erythrocyte antigens 1.1 and 1.2), 3,4 and the greater erythrocyte mass (ie, PCV) of Greyhounds, as compared with that of most other breeds

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Erythrocyte transfusion is helpful for the management of various disease processes. Even with pretransfusion screening of donors, crossmatching of donor and recipient blood types, and appropriate storage and administration of blood products

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) . 2011 ; 21 ( 3 ): 209 – 216 . doi: 10.1111/j.1476-4431.2011.00634.x 23. Cooley-Lock KM , Williams JP , Williams ML . Assessment of erythrocyte damage and in-line pressure changes associated with simulated transfusion of canine blood through

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negative results when tested for dog erythrocyte antigen 1.1) were selected from a pool of blood and plasma donors at the Animal Blood Bank of the Veterinary Medical Center at The Ohio State University. All dogs were neutered males to reduce interindividual

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various phagocytic cells, resulting only in extravascular hemolysis and, potentially, spherocyte formation. 1,2 Autoagglutination is not reported to be a common feature of IgG-coated erythrocytes. 1–3 The second most common isotype identified is IgM. 1

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, 14,15 swine, 16 and humans have demonstrated no toxic effects. 17 Our goal was to evaluate the safety of orally administering a RibCys supplement to healthy dogs and the effect of this supplementation on erythrocyte GSH concentration. We

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and indirect, typically involving the use of various combinations of assays measuring small molecules, vitamins, heavy metals, enzyme activity, or byproducts of oxidative injury. Erythrocytes are particularly susceptible to oxidative injury because

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Early classification of anemia as regenerative versus nonregenerative is an imperative diagnostic step guiding further clinical evaluation and treatment of anemic dogs. 1 Regenerative anemia typically results from erythrocyte destruction

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Retrievers could not document a difference in plasma antioxidant potential between young and old dogs. Another study 11 in Beagles in a research setting did identify a deficiency in erythrocyte glutathione content in older dogs that was more pronounced in

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of varying severity. Those antibodies are typically IgG antibodies that react at 37°C. 2 Dog erythrocyte antigen 1 is considered the most immunogenic RBC antigen. Naturally occurring anti–DEA 1 antibody has not been described. However, exposure of a

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