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Ultrafiltrable aluminium after very low doses of desferrioxamine.

Iron acquisition in the marine actinomycete genus Salinispora is controlled by the desferrioxamine family of siderophores

Growth of desferrioxamine-deficient Streptomyces mutants through xenosiderophore piracy of airborne fungal contaminations

Synergistic effect of desferrioxamine and recombinant erythropoietin on erythroid precursor proliferation in chronic renal failure.

Desferrioxamine improves burst-forming unit-erythroid (BFU-E) proliferation in haemodialysis patients.

Effects of combined deferiprone and desferrioxamine iron chelating therapy in β-thalassemia major end-stage heart failure

Low-dose (5 mg/kg) desferrioxamine treatment in acutely aluminium-intoxicated haemodialysis patients using two drug administration schedules

Entry, Half-Life, and Desferrioxamine-Accelerated Clearance of Brain Aluminum after a Single 26Al Exposure

Low-dose (5 mg/kg) desferrioxamine treatment in acutely aluminium-intoxicated haemodialysis patients using two drug administration schedules

Effect of desferrioxamine and deferiprone (L1) on the proliferation of MG-63 bone cells and on phosphatase alkaline activity.

4094MRI prospective survey on heart and liver iron and cardiac function in thalassemia major patients treated with Deferasirox versus Deferiprone and Desferrioxamine in monotherapy

Induction of an outer membrane protein of 78 kDa in Vibrio vulnificus cultured in the presence of desferrioxamine B under iron-limiting conditions

 

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n. a drug that combines with iron in body tissues and fluids and is used to treat iron poisoning, iron overload (including that resulting from prolonged or constant blood transfusion, as for thalassaemia), diseases involving iron storage in parts of the body (see haemochromatosis), and for the diagnosis of such diseases. It is administered by subcutaneous infusion; reactions and pain sometimes occur. Trade name: Desferal.

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