A Mechanism of crystallization process of hemoglobin S A Mechanism of crystallization process of hemoglobin S

dc.creator Cabal Mirabal, Carlos
dc.creator Ruiz Chaveco, Ivan
dc.date 2009-08-31
dc.date.accessioned 2022-03-14T20:23:01Z
dc.date.available 2022-03-14T20:23:01Z
dc.description  It has been studied as the qualitative consequence of a proposed mechanism of reaction for the formation of HbS molecular aggregations, as well as the mathematical model associated with it, for the particular case that the process of crystallization takes place at partial pressure and constant temperature. It is showed that the results mentioned in the study can be used to explain experimental existing data, although this data are small to decide between various options that are compatible with existing experimental models and experimental data. Also, qualitative consequences of to mechanism of reaction suggested for the formation of HbS molecular aggregations, as well as the mathematical model associated, are studied for a particular case in which to process of crystallization under constant oxygen, partial pressure and constant tem-peratures. The results of such study, which are able to explain the existing experi­mental data, are shown. However, this is latter very scarce for being able to decide among various existing choices compatible with the model and experimental data.   es-ES
dc.description It has been studied as the qualitative consequence of a proposed mechanism of reaction for the formation of HbS molecular aggregations, as well as the mathematical model associated with it, for the particular case that the process of crystallization takes place at partial pressure and constant temperature. It is showed that the results mentioned in the study can be used to explain experimental existing data, although this data are small to decide between various options that are compatible with existing experimental models and experimental data. Also, qualitative consequences of to mechanism of reaction suggested for the formation of HbS molecular aggregations, as well as the mathematical model associated, are studied for a particular case in which to process of crystallization under constant oxygen, partial pressure and constant tem-peratures. The results of such study, which are able to explain the existing experi­mental data, are shown. However, this is latter very scarce for being able to decide among various existing choices compatible with the model and experimental data.   en-US
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dc.identifier https://revistas.uis.edu.co/index.php/revistaintegracion/article/view/178
dc.identifier.uri https://noesis.uis.edu.co/handle/20.500.14071/7043
dc.language eng
dc.publisher Universidad Industrial de Santander es-ES
dc.relation https://revistas.uis.edu.co/index.php/revistaintegracion/article/view/178/361
dc.source Revista integración, temas de matemáticas; Vol. 26 Núm. 2 (2008): Revista Integración, temas de matemáticas; 89-96 es-ES
dc.source REVISTA INTEGRACIÓN; v. 26 n. 2 (2008): Revista Integración, temas de matemáticas; 89-96 pt-BR
dc.source 2145-8472
dc.source 0120-419X
dc.subject Polymerization es-ES
dc.subject Crystallization es-ES
dc.subject HemoglobinS es-ES
dc.subject Sickle-cell es-ES
dc.subject Modeling es-ES
dc.title A Mechanism of crystallization process of hemoglobin S es-ES
dc.title A Mechanism of crystallization process of hemoglobin S en-US
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