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G. g. δ-aminolaevulinic acid synthase, ALA synthase). gov. 5). Globin mRNA sequences are first expressed in pronormoblasts and early basophilic erythroblasts. Globin chain synthesis parallels accumulation of globin mRNA, increasing at the polychromatophilic and orthochromatic stages. The amount of globin mRNA reaches 20 000 Iron storage Transferrin receptor molecules per cell in late polychromatic orthochromatic erythroblasts. During the later stages of erythroid cell maturation, the amount of RNA per cell and the rate of total protein synthesis declines, but the relative stability of globin mRNA ensures that globin becomes the predominant polypeptide made in late erythroblasts and reticulocytes.

The way in which ferritin iron is mobilized is poorly understood, and a process in which the entire ferritin molecule is degraded within lysosomes prior to iron release has also been suggested. Variation in the proportion of H to L subunits explains the heterogeneity of ferritin from different tissues on isoelectric focusing: L-rich ferritins (from spleen and liver) are more basic than H-rich ferritins (from heart and red cells). g. in iron storage or intracellular iron transport) but this is not established.

Binding of IRP when there are low levels of intracellular iron protects the transferrin receptor mRNA from cytoplasmic degradation but inhibits translation of ferritin mRNA by interfering with the binding of initiation factors. In contrast, when intracellular iron is increased, the opposite effects occur. Thus, coordinated regulation of the two iron proteins acts to maintain a constant intracellular iron content over the short term by balancing cellular iron uptake and storage. Erythroid δ-aminolaevulinic acid synthase (ALAS2) mRNA also has an IRE in its 5′-UTR region, whereas ‘housekeeping’ 29 Postgraduate Haematology Group (age, years) Daily loss (mg) Requirement for growth (mg) Total (mg) Urine, skin, faeces, etc.

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