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Role of transcobalamins I, II, and III in the transfer of vitamin B12 to human bone marrow cells in vitro.
Acta Haematol. 1975; 54(2):89-94.AH

Abstract

A study of the uptake of transcobalamin-bound 57Co-cyanocobalamin by suspensions of human bone marrow cells has indicated that these cells can take up vitamin B12 from all 3 transcobalamins (I, II, and III). Similar transport processes were involved in the uptake from the 3 transcobalamins; uptake was dependent on the presence of calcium ions, cellular respiration and free sulphydryl groups. These results suggest that contrary to current belief, all 3 transcobalamins play a role in the transfer of vitamin B12 to tissue cells.

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eng

PubMed ID

808945

Citation

Wickramasinghe, S N., et al. "Role of Transcobalamins I, II, and III in the Transfer of Vitamin B12 to Human Bone Marrow Cells in Vitro." Acta Haematologica, vol. 54, no. 2, 1975, pp. 89-94.
Wickramasinghe SN, England JM, Saunders JE, et al. Role of transcobalamins I, II, and III in the transfer of vitamin B12 to human bone marrow cells in vitro. Acta Haematol. 1975;54(2):89-94.
Wickramasinghe, S. N., England, J. M., Saunders, J. E., & Down, M. C. (1975). Role of transcobalamins I, II, and III in the transfer of vitamin B12 to human bone marrow cells in vitro. Acta Haematologica, 54(2), 89-94.
Wickramasinghe SN, et al. Role of Transcobalamins I, II, and III in the Transfer of Vitamin B12 to Human Bone Marrow Cells in Vitro. Acta Haematol. 1975;54(2):89-94. PubMed PMID: 808945.
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