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  • n. Alternative spelling of hemoglobin.

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  • The oxygen-bearing part of human haemoglobin is used here to absorb the energy of the laser pulse.

    Information for the Public - The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002

  • The protein haemoglobin, for example, transports oxygen to all the cells in the body.

    Information for the Public - The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002

  • Using this method Perutz determined the molecular structure of the protein haemoglobin that transports oxygen in the blood, and Kendrew, his colleague at Cambridge University, determined the molecular structure of the smaller, related protein myoglobin.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1962 - Speed Read

  • The Federation International de Ski (FIS) said in a statement that it had tested 304 athletes during the four days before the Winter Games began, checking for elevated levels of haemoglobin, which is the part of the red blood cell that carries oxygen.

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  • Anaemia is defined as a haemoglobin concentration lower than normal for the age and sex of the person.

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  • SUPER-FOOD #2: Chlorophyll The molecular structure of chlorophyll is similar to that of haemoglobin, which is responsible for carrying oxygen throughout your body.

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  • He added, "The only way to detect the presence of the trait is through a blood test called haemoglobin electrophoresis."

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  • Anaemia is defined as a haemoglobin (Hb) level less than 12 grams / decilitre (gms / dl) in women and 14gms / dl in men.

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  • This means that in the [[blood]] carbon monoxide makes it so the haemoglobin, that is found in [[red blood cells]], stops the blood from carrying sufficient oxygen to the [[body]].

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  • And of course it totally ignores the skill, knowledge, commitment and value of Medical Secretaries, who are not just typists who can spell "haemoglobin" but a whole lot more besides.

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