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Some physicochemical properties of hemoglobin-manitoba (alpha2 102Ser replaced by Arg (G9) beta2)

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Dec 15, 1975

R N WrightstoneT H Huisman

PMID: 87

Abstract

Hb-Manitoba was discovered in 1970 [1] in a Canadian family of British origin. Recently we observed the same variant in a second family, and found that the oxy-derivative of Hb-Manitoba is slightly unstable at 65 degrees C, dissociates less readily at alkaline pH than does Hb-A, and for...read more

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MATA2 protein, S cerevisiae
Arginine hydrochloride
Hybrids
NEUROD1 protein, human
Hemoglobin Measurement
NEUROD1 wt Allele
Analogs & derivatives
Abnormal Hemoglobins
Serine
Oxyhemoglobin
50
2
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Some physicochemical properties of hemoglobin-manitoba (alpha2 102Ser replaced by Arg (G9) beta2)

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Dec 15, 1975

R N WrightstoneT H Huisman

PMID: 87

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Abstract

Hb-Manitoba was discovered in 1970 [1] in a Canadian family of British origin. Recently we observed the same variant in a second family, and found that the oxy-derivative of Hb-Manitoba is slightly unstable at 65 degrees C, dissociates less readily at alkaline pH than does Hb-A, and for...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

MATA2 protein, S cerevisiae
Arginine hydrochloride
Hybrids
NEUROD1 protein, human
Hemoglobin Measurement
NEUROD1 wt Allele
Analogs & derivatives
Abnormal Hemoglobins
Serine
Oxyhemoglobin
50
2

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