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Scientist of the Invisible

Too much ammunition lately, not enough self-control.

HRC 101: De Volgende Doping Hype?

"Hemoglobin-based oxygen carriers are red cell substitutes that can be used to increase oxygen-carrying capacity and intravascular volume," according to the authors. HRC 101 may be useful in the management of sickle cell disease because of its potential to bypass the obstruction caused by sickled cells and allow more oxygen to reach the organs and tissues. HRC 101, like some other HBOCs, also has other important advantages over blood transfusions—it can be stored for long periods and doesn’t require a matched blood donor.

Dr. Ferrari bestelt op dit moment een voorraad om mee te experimenteren bij fabrikant Hemosol.
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