PMID: 5282843Apr 28, 1971Paper

Haemoglobin Rainier: beta-145 (HC2) tyrosine leads to cysteine and haemoglobin Bethesda: beta-145 (HC2) tyrosine leads to histidine

Nature: New Biology
A HayashiJ W Adamson


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