MIRL


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MIRL

 

MIRL

membrane inhibitor of reactive lysis; see protectin.

MIRL

abbreviation for membrane inhibitor of reactive lysis. See protectin.

CD59

A 65-kD membrane, glycosyl-phosphatidylinositol-anchored complement-neutralising protein encoded by CD59 on chromosome 11p13, which inhibits the complement membrane attack complex, binding to C8 and C9 during assembly of the complex.

Normal expression
Most leukocytes and red cells.

Abnormal expression
May be absent in some forms of paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria.

Patient discussion about MIRL

Q. How much protein should an 18 month old male toddler have daily?

A. sorry about the above :), what i said is i couldn't find a table, although i saw one once( don't remember). but i recommend this site to get information in -
http://www.indiaparenting.com/diet/
and-www.drmdk.com/html/nutrition.html

about protein, it depends on the infant's weight.

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