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Saturation dependency of the Bohr effect: interactions among H-+, CO2, and DPG

Journal of Applied Physiology

Jun 1, 1975

M P Hlastala, R D Woodson

PMID: 237871

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The Bohr effect was measured in normal whole blood and in blood with low DPG concentration as a function of oxygen saturation. pH was changed by varying CO2 concentration (CO2 Bohr effect) or by addition of isotonic NaOH or HC1 at constant PCO2 (fixed acid Bohr effect). At nornal DPG co...read more

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Saturation dependency of the Bohr effect: interactions among H-+, CO2, and DPG

Journal of Applied Physiology

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PMID: 237871

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