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In two black families with the hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin (HPFH) gene there are eight A-F heterozygotes and two double heterozygotes for sickle cell trait and HPFH. These patients are clinically asymptomatic and have homogeneous acid elution smears. Measurement of globin chain synthesis in peripheral blood demonstrates balanced production of a α and non-α (β plus γ) chains. In these patients, the balance is achieved by increased γ globin production and increased activity of the remaining β globin allele. In two patients, one A-F and the other S-F there is also balanced globin synthesis in the bone marrow. In a double heterozygote for HPFH and β-thalassemia, anemia (Hb: 11.5 g/100 ml) is associated with a moderate degree of globin chain imbalance. There is a correlation between balanced globin chain synthesis and the absence of anemia in patients with HPFH.
Balanced Globin Chain Synthesis in Hereditary Persistence of Fetal Hemoglobin
C. L. Natta, G. A. Niazi, S. Ford, and A. Bank
Data in this article provide detailed information on the microbial dynamics within digesters supplemented with different support media (two types of zeolites, two types of activated carbons, one type of chitosan, one control) in presence of different inhibitory conditions (control without inhibitor, 1.3 g/L of phenol and 19 g/L of total ammonia nitrogen). Data include the operational conditions and degradation performance measurements, as well as microbial community analysis, by 16S rRNA gene sequencing, at different time points for the different conditions (samples). Sequencing data were generated by using IonTorrent PGM sequencer. This data is associated with the research articles “Improving anaerobic digestion with support media: Mitigation of ammonia inhibition and effect on microbial communities?” (Poirier et al., 2017)  and “Support media can steer methanogenesis in presence of phenol through biotic and abiotic effects” (Poirier et al., 2018) . The sequencing data have been deposited with links to BioProject accession number PRJNA450513, in the NCBI BioProject database (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sra/?term=PRJNA450513). Samples accession numbers go from SAMN08940368 to SAMN08940426.
Influence of support media supplementation to reduce the inhibition of anaerobic digestion by phenol and ammonia: Effect on degradation performances and microbial dynamics
Simon Poirier and Olivier Chapleur⁎
A detailed account of the development of a general strategy for synthesis of the C-19 methyl-substituted alkaloids including total synthesis of 19(S),20(R)-dihydroperaksine-17-al (1), 19(S),20(R)-dihydroperaksine (2), and peraksine (6) is presented. Efforts directed toward the total synthesis of macrosalhine chloride (5) are also reported. Important to success is the sequence of chemical reactions which include a critical haloboration reaction, regioselective hydroboration, and controlled oxidation (to provide sensitive enolizable aldehydes at C-20). In addition, the all-important Pd-catalyzed α-vinylation reaction has been extended to a chiral C-19 alkyl-substituted substrate for the first time. Synthesis of the advanced intermediate 64 completes an improved formal total synthesis of talcarpine (26) and provides a starting point for synthesis of macroline-related alkaloids 27-31. Similarly, extension of this synthetic strategy in the ring A oxygenated series should provide easy access to the northern hemisphere 32b of the bisindoles angustricraline, alstocraline, and foliacraline (Figure (Figure44).
General Strategy for Synthesis of C-19 Methyl-Substituted Sarpagine/Macroline/Ajmaline Indole Alkaloids Including Total Synthesis of 19(S),20(R)-Dihydroperaksine, 19(S),20(R)-Dihydroperaksine-17-al, and Peraksine
Rahul V. Edwankar,† Chitra R. Edwankar,† Jeffrey R. Deschamps,‡ and James M. Cook*†
2014 Nov 7