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Synonyms for haemoglobin

a hemoprotein composed of globin and heme that gives red blood cells their characteristic color

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Regulatory elements in DNA shift the body from producing the fetal form of haemoglobin to producing the adult form instead.
The bacterium obtains iron by extracting it from haemoglobin.
Other bugs that exclusively infect people, including diphtheria, also appeared to latch on to human haemoglobin.
The haemoglobin polymer carries oxygen in the plasma in a similar manner to normal red cell haemoglobin, i.
In addition, the presence of haemoglobin molecules in the plasma enhances the efficiency of both the uptake of oxygen at the pulmonary alveolar level, and the off-loading of oxygen in the tissue capillaries by the host red blood cells.
The author's suggestion is that targeting higher haemoglobin concentrations when treating patients with anaemia caused by chronic kidney disease using EPO puts the patients at increased risk of death.
X-ray and solubility studies of the haemoglobin of sickle-cell anaemia patients.
Stereochemistry of cooperative effects in haemoglobin.
The atlas section comprises 170 full colour pages in which each variant haemoglobin or combination of haemoglobins is illustrated by cellulose acetate electrophoresis at alkaline pH, agarose gel electrophoresis at acid pH, isoelectric focusing and one or more HPLC traces.
covers common and important haemoglobin variants, in addition to many rarer ones
TMPRSS6's role was identified as part of a genome-wide association study, carried out by scientists from Imperial College London, which looked at the link between genes and haemoglobin level in 16,000 people.
THE simple haemoglobin HbA1c test shows the average amount of sugar in your blood over the last two to three months.
Validity of the haemoglobin colour scale in blood donor screening.
A multi-wavelength spectrophotometric method for the simultaneous determination of five haemoglobin derivatives.