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Inhibition of CO2 combination and reduction of the Bohr effect in haemoglobin chemically modified at its alpha-amino groups
An optical method for finding the molecular orientation in different forms of crystalline haemoglobin; changes in dichroism accompanying oxygenation and reduction
Generalized Mathematical Relationships for Polypeptide Chain Helices: The Coordinates of the II Helix
The chemical relationships and physiological importance of carbamino compounds of CO(2) with haemoglobin
The tryptic peptide composition of the beta chains of hemoglobins A and B of the Domestic cat (Felis catus)
The amino acid sequence of the alpha chain of HB 2 completes the primary structure of the hemoglobins of the Antarctic fish Notothenia coriiceps neglecta
Hemoglobin from the antarctic fish Notothenia coriiceps neglecta. Amino acid sequence of the beta chain
Structural features and the reaction mechanism of cytochrome oxidase: iron and copper X-ray absorption fine structure
Structure of hemoglobins Zürich [His E7(63)beta replaced by Arg] and Sydney [Val E11(67)beta replaced by Ala] and role of the distal residues in ligand binding
beta-meso-Phenylbiliverdin IX alpha and N-phenylprotoporphyrin IX, products of the reaction of phenylhydrazine with oxyhemoproteins
Hemoglobinopathic erythrocytosis due to a new electrophoretically silent variant, hemoglobin San Diego (beta109 (G11)val--met)
Structural measurements in hemoprotiens: use of spin-labeled protoheme as a probe of heme environment
Haemoglobin J Guantanamo (alpha 2 beta 2 128 (H6) Ala replaced by Asp). A new fast unstable haemoglobin found in a Cuban family
Hemoglobin Djelfa beta98 (FG 5) Val leads to Ala: isolation and functional properties of the heme saturated form
The effect of ligand size and stereochemistry on the reactivity of the alpha and beta chains within hemoglobin
Physical and chemical properties of opossum hemoglobin. A hemoglobin containing glutamine at position 58 (E7) in the alpha subunit
Kinetics of the reaction of the masked sulphydryl groups of haemoglobins A, E and New York with p-chloromercuribenzoate
Primary structure of hemoglobin from trout (Salmo irideus). Amino acid sequence of alpha chain of Hb trout I
I. Alteration in the properties of human hemoglobin A by variation in structure: a correlation of structure and function
Hemoglobin Mizushi (alpha 75 [EF4]Asp leads to Gly): a new hemoglobin variant observed in a Japanese family
Hb Guangzhou-Hangzhou or alpha 2(64)(E13)Asp----Gly beta 2 observed in members of a Chinese family living in Xinjiang
A new slow-moving hemoglobin variant Hb Tianshui or alpha 2 beta(2)39(C5)Gln----Arg, observed in a Chinese family living in Gansu
Five-coordinate iron-porphyrin as a model for the active site of hemoproteins. Characterization and coordination properties
Magnetic resonance studies of human hemoglobins and their implications to the structure-function relationships in human normal and abnormal hemoglobins
A family-based approach reveals the function of residues in the nuclear receptor ligand-binding domain
Conformational requirements for the polymerization of hemoglobin S: studies of mixed liganded hybrids
Structure and functional properties of chemically modified horse hemoglobin. I. Determination of the functional properties
High resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of hemoglobin. I. The cyanide complexes of and chains
Properties of hemoglobin A and hemoglobin Zurich (beta63 histidine replaced by arginine): quantitative evaluation of functional abnormalities in hemoglobins
Studies on the binding of haemoglobin by haptoglobin using electrofocusing and gradient electrophoresis
Hemoglobin from the Antarctic fish Notothenia coriiceps neglecta. 2. Amino acid sequence of the alpha chain of Hb1
Electron paramagnetic resonance studies of spin-labeled hemoglobins. II. Roles of subunit interactions and of intermediate structures in the cooperative oxygenation of hemoglobin and the results of hemoglobin Yakima, hemoglobin J capetown, and carboxypeptidases A and B treated hemoglobin A
A light-scattering study of the effect of sodium chloride on the molecular weight of human adult hemoglobin
Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of hemoglobins. VII. Tertiary structure around ligand binding site in carbonmonoxyhemoglobin
Comparative binding studies of the hemoglobin-haptoglobin and the hemoglobin-antihemoglobin reactions
Proton nuclear magnetic resonance studies of hemoglobin Malmö: implications of mutations at homologous positions of the alpha and beta chains
Proximity Relationships of tryptophanyl residues and oxygen binding site in Levantina hierosolima hemocyanin. A fluorimetric study
Interactions between the quaternary structure of the globin and the spin state of the heme in ferric mixed spin derivatives of hemoglobin
Diaspirins that cross-link beta chains of hemoglobin: bis(3,5-dibromosalicyl) succinate and bis(3,5-dibromosalicyl) fumarate
Mild "unstable haemoglobin haemolytic anaemia" caused by haemoglobin Shepherds Bush(B74(E18) gly--asp)
Amino-acid sequences of kangaroo myoglobin and haemoglobin and the date of marsupial-eutherian divergence
Sulphydryl groups as a new molecular probe at the alpha1 beta1 interface in haemoglobin using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
Stereochemical interpretation of high oxygen affinity of haemoglobin Little Rock ( 2 2 143His leads to Gln)
The influence of structural variations in the F- and FG-helix of the beta-subunit modified oxyHb-NES on the heme structure detected by resonance Raman spectroscopy
Hb Regina or alpha 2 beta 2 96(FG3)Leu----Val: a high oxygen affinity variant discovered by cation-exchange HPLC
Hb N-Timone [alpha 2 beta 2(8)(A5)Lys----Glu]: a new fast-moving variant with normal stability and oxygen affinity
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