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  • n. Plural form of haemoglobin.

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Examples

  • Unfortunately for this appealing idea – the ultimate blood transfusion – molecular biological evidence shows that haemoglobins are ancient denizens of plant genomes.

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  • Turned out he had a very low haemoglobin level – at that time I was one of two technicians that did blood ‘haemoglobins’, I queried his low result and found out that he had something called 'farmers lung'.

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  • The comparison of normal human and sickle-cell haemoglobins by fingerprinting.

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  • The chymotryptic digestion of the trypsin-resistant core of haemoglobins A and S.

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  • Here he published, from 1919-1922, twelve papers on new haptens that he had discovered, on conjugates with proteins which were capable of inducing anaphylaxis and on related problems, and also on the serological specificity of the haemoglobins of different species of animals.

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  • That the oxygen atom attached to cobalt is part of a water molecule, not a hydroxyl group, is suggested by the fact that these orange-red crystals separate at acid pH (cf. the haemoglobins and myoglobin).

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  • There was marked haematuria, and the animals were anaemic from actual loss of haemoglobins.

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  • Co-author Dr Roy Weber, from the University of Aarhus in Denmark, said: 'It would be interesting to see if the haemoglobins of other burrowing species exhibit comparable specialisations.'

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  • As expected many masses were common to all contaminated and control blood cultures, most probably representing haemoglobins and other blood components.

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  • Man's knowledge of proteins such as insulin and haemoglobins is crucial to combating diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer's, cystic fibrosis and haemophilia.

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