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Clin Chem Lab Med 2003; 41(6):747–754 © 2003 by Walter de Gruyter · Berlin · New York Margaret Jenkins* and Sujiva Ratnaike Division of Laboratory Medicine, Austin Health, Heidelberg, Australia Capillary electrophoresis (CE) has been used in a vari- ety of in-house capillary isoelectric focusing (CIEF) and capillary zone electrophoresis (CZE) assays for the de- tection of hemoglobin (Hb) variants and the quantita- tion of HbA2 and HbF. A commercial kit has also been produced for the analysis of hemoglobin variants and thalassemia screening. Though CE methods have

Hemoglobins in Single Chick Erythrocytes as Determined by a Differential Elution Procedure Nicholas Zagris * and Charles G. Melton Department of Life Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, and Department of Biochemistry, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia Z. Naturforsch. 33 c, 330 — 336 (1978) ; received January 17/March 10, 1978 Chick, Erythrocyte, Hemoglobins, Selective Elution The switch from embryonic to adult hemoglobin (Hb) has been studied in vivo by a correlated cytological and electrophoretic analysis of

Clin Chem Lab Med 2012;50(2):351–356 © 2012 by Walter de Gruyter • Berlin • Boston. DOI 10.1515/CCLM.2011.777 Development of control material for hemoglobin analysis Sakorn Pornprasert 1, *, Kunyakan Kongthai 2 , Jarurin Waneesorn 3 , Kanokwan Jaiping 4 and Kallayanee Treesuwan 1 1 Department of Medical Technology , Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences, Chiang-Mai University, Chiang-Mai , Thailand 2 Health Promoting Hospital Chiang-Mai , Chiang-Mai , Thailand 3 Regional Medical Sciences Center 10 Chiang-Mai , Chiang

The Features of Mössbauer Spectra of Hemoglobin in Relation to the Quadrupole Splitting and Heme Iron Stereochemistry* M. I. Oshtrakh Division of Applied Biophysics, Ural State Technical University, Sverdlovsk, 620002, Russian Federation Z. Naturforsch. 53 a, 608-614 (1998); received January 26, 1998 Mössbauer spectra of various human ferrous hemoglobins in different ligand forms demonstrated some features such as non-Lorentzian line shape for oxyhemoglobins, narrower line width for carbonmonoxide, and variations of quadrupole splitting for different

Nebe C.T. Introduction The most common and originally endemic hemoglobin disorders thalassemia and sickle cell disease have long since spread to Central Europe through migration where they play an increasing role in clinical practice. Rare hemoglobin anomalies represent a diagnostic challenge for the treating and diagnosing physician, and the full range of symptoms is sometimes underestimated ( Table 1 ). Medical laboratories perform hemoglobin chromatography or hemoglobin electrophoresis as standard diagnostic tools. In many cases, however, this is not enough

Introduction The identification and quantification of hemoglobins represent a relevant clinical tool in prenatal screening [1], as well as in the diagnosis and monitoring of hematological diseases and their complications [2, 3]. Of the more than 1500 variants and/or thalassemia categories that have been described up to now [4], most are ascribable to a single point mutation without relevant clinical significance [5]. Currently, as the multi-ethnic population has grown, different and differently associated hemoglobin variants are observed in routine laboratory

Manasterski, Watkins, Baginski and Zak: Microdetermination of hemoglobin iron 335 Z. Klin. Chem. Klin. Biochem. 11. Jg. 1973, S. 335—338 Microdetermination of Hemoglobin Iron1»2) By A. MANASTERSKI1, R. WATKiNS2, E. S. BAGiNSKi3 and Β. ΖΑΚ1·2·4 From the Departments of 'Biochemistry1 and Patbologf, Wayne State University School of Medicine, and the Department* of Pathology, Detroit General Hospital*, Detroit, Michigan and St. Joseph Mercy Hospital*, Pontiac, Michigan (Eingegangen am 6. November 1972/29. Januar 1973) A procedure for the determination of blood

Carnivora: The Primary Structures of Adult Lion (Panthern leo) Hemoglobins* Meeno Jahan, Aftab Ahmed, and Gerhard Braunitzer** Abt. Proteinchemie Max-Planck-Institut für Biochemie, D-8033, Martinsried bei München, FRG Zafar H. Zaidi H. E. J. Research Institut of Chemistry, University of Karachi. Karachi-32, Pakistan Reinhard Göltenboth Zoologischer Garten. D-1000 Berlin Z. Naturforsch. 42b, 1465—1470 (1987); received July 23, 1987 Lion, Hemoglobin, HPLC, Primary Structure Complete amino acid sequences of lion (Panthera leo) hemoglobins are reported. Polyacryl

1168 R. KIMMICH Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation Spectroscopy in Solutions of Bovine Hemoglobin R . K I M M I C H Physikalisches Institut der Universität Stuttgart, Germany (Z. Naturforsch. 26 b, 1168—1170 [1971]; received August 4, 1971) The longitudinal proton relaxation time Tt of aqueous solutions of bovine ferrihemoglobin and carboxilated hemoglobin was measured in the Larmor frequency range 3-103 Hz to 1,2 -108 Hz. The dispersion curves are explained by diamagnetic and electron paramagnetic relaxation mechanisms. An efficient direct dipolar coupling

Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering 2018;4(1):673-676 Philipp Wegerich* and Hartmut Gehring In Vitro Determination of Concentration- Dependent Optical Properties of Hemoglobin https://doi.org/10.1515/cdbme-2018-0162 Abstract: The interest of this paper is the determination of the optical properties of oxygenated (saturation above 97 %) hemoglobin in clinical relevant concentrations (ranging from 5 to 15 g/dl), dependent on the layer thickness. Furthermore the generation of a high rate data set for training with machine learning approaches was intended