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Hemoglobin function in the vertebrates: an evolutionary model

Journal of Molecular Evolution

Dec 29, 1975

Michael I Coates

PMID: 1543

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Comparative data on quaternary structure, cooperativity, Bohr effect and regulation by organic phosphates are reviewed for vertebrate hemoglobins. A phylogeny of hemoglobin function in the vertebrates is deduced. It is proposed that from the monomeric hemoglobin of the common ancestor o...read more

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Diphosphoglyceric Acids
Inorganic phosphate
Phosphate ion
Amino Acid Substitution
Phytin
Lampreys
Vertebrates
Hemoglobin
Reptiles
Cell Respiration
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    Journal of Molecular Evolution

    Dec 29, 1975

    Michael I Coates

    PMID: 1543

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    Abstract

    Comparative data on quaternary structure, cooperativity, Bohr effect and regulation by organic phosphates are reviewed for vertebrate hemoglobins. A phylogeny of hemoglobin function in the vertebrates is deduced. It is proposed that from the monomeric hemoglobin of the common ancestor o...read more

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    Diphosphoglyceric Acids
    Inorganic phosphate
    Phosphate ion
    Amino Acid Substitution
    Phytin

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