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Natalia María García Simón

Servicio de Bioquímica Clínica. Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda

Tuesday, 30 April 2019

INTERFERENCIAS BIOQUÍMICAS POR TRATAMIENTO CON HIDROXICOBALAMINA

Written by Natalia María García Simón | Aarón Izquierdo Bazaga | Aránzazu Martín García

INTERFERENCIAS BIOQUÍMICAS POR TRATAMIENTO CON HIDROXICOBALAMINA
Figure. Cobalamin structure is composed of six valence cobalt atom. Four of them form a covalent bond with nitrogen atoms. The fifth valence forms a bond with the bencimidazole nitrogen. The sixth valence forms a bond with various anionic groups: A) hidroxicobalamin with hydroxyl group (OH-) and B) cianocobalamin with cyanide group (CN-). C) Reddish coloration of serum, characteristic of treatment with hydroxycobalamin in the patient’s sample.