Editorial, J Blood Res Hematol Dis Vol: 5 Issue: 1
The Proteinaceous Component of Blood
Alan M Miller*
Chief of Oncology, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, USA
Received: April 06, 2020 Accepted: April 23, 2020 Published: April 30, 2020
Citation: Miller AM (2020) The Proteinaceous Component of Blood. J Blood Res Hematol Dis 5:1. doi: 10.37532/jbrhd.2020.5(1).e101
Blood is a combination of plasma and cells that circulate through the entire body. It is a specialized bodily fluid that supplies essential substances around the body, such as sugars, oxygen, and hormones. Blood transports oxygen and nutrients around the body and removes cellular waste, among a range of other vital functions. Plasma makes up 55 percent of blood content. The other 45 percent consists mainly of red blood cells and platelets. Blood groups are categorized based on the antibodies and antigens in the cell. Receiving an incompatible blood donation can lead to fatal complications. Anemia, blood cancer, and clots are all potential disorders of the blood. It also removes waste from the cells in the body.
Rate of blood flow varies greatly between different organs. Liver has the most abundant blood supply with an approximate flow of 1350 ml/ min. Kidney and brain are the second and the third most supplied organs, with 1100 ml/min and 700 ml/min, respectively. In vertebrates, the various cells of blood are made in the bone marrow in a process called hematopoiesis, which includes erythropoiesis, the production of red blood cells; and myelopoiesis, the production of white blood cells and platelets. During childhood, almost every human bone produces red blood cells; as adults, red blood cell production is limited to the larger bones: the bodies of the vertebrae, the breastbone (sternum), the ribcage, the pelvic bones, and the bones of the upper arms and legs. In addition, during childhood, the thymus gland, found in the mediastinum, is an important source of T lymphocytes. The proteinaceous component of blood (including clotting proteins) is produced predominantly by the liver, while hormones are produced by the endocrine glands and the watery fraction is regulated by the hypothalamus and maintained by the kidney. Healthy erythrocytes have a plasma life of about 120 days before they are degraded by the spleen, and the Kupffer cells in the liver. The liver also clears some proteins, lipids, and amino acids. The kidney actively secretes waste products into the urine.
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