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1. Vertebrate and insect haemoglobins.

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2. Zur Evolution des Vertebraten


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3. Die Primärstruktur der Eiweißstoffe


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4. Functional multiplicity and structural correlations in the hemoglobin system of larvae of Chironomus thummi thummi (Insecta, Diptera): Hb components CTT I, CTT II beta, CTT III,...

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5. Amino acid sequence of the fetal chain of yak haemoglobin


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6. HEMOGLOBINS .45. THE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE OF PHEASANT (PHASIANUS-COLCHICUS-COLCHICUS) HEMOGLOBINS


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7. MODERN ASPECTS OF THE PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF BETA-LACTOGLOBULINS


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8. THE PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF ALPHA-A-CHAINS AND BETA-CHAINS FROM BLUE-AND-YELLOW MACAW (ARA-ARARAUNA, PSITTACI) HEMOGLOBIN - NO EVIDENCE FOR EXPRESSION OF ALPHA-D-CHAINS


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9. HEMOGLOBIN OF THE ADULT WHITE STORK (CICONIA-CICONIA, CICONIIFORMES) .74. THE PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF ALPHA-A AND BETA-CHAINS FROM THE ONLY PRESENT HEMOGLOBIN COMPONENT


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10. THE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE OF ALPHA-A-CHAIN AND BETA-CHAIN FROM THE MAJOR HEMOGLOBIN COMPONENT OF AMERICAN FLAMINGO (PHOENICOPTERUS-RUBER-RUBER)


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