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1. Primary Structure of the {alpha}-Chain from Horse Hemoglobin


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2. The complete primary structure of the marine carnivora, galapagoes fur seal (Arctocephalus galapagoensis, Otariidae) hemoglobins


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3. Functional characterization of fetal and adult yak hemoglobins: an oxygen cascade and its molecular basis.

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4. High altitude and hemoglobin function in the vultures Gyps rueppelli and Aegypius monachus.

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5. Embryonic pig hemoglobins Gower I (ζ2ε2), Gower II (α2ε2), Heide I (ζ2ν2) and Heide II (α2ν2): Oxygen-binding functions related to structure and embryonic oxygen supply

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6. Molecular basis for ATP/2,3-bisphosphoglycerate control switch-over (Poikilotherm/Homeotherm); An intermediate amino-acid sequence in the hemoglobin of the great Indian...

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7. Hemoglobins of Reptiles


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8. Primary structure and functional properties of the hemoglobin from the free-tailed bat Tadarida brasiliensis (Chiroptera). Small effect of carbon dioxide on oxygen affinity.

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9. High altitude respiration of Falconiformes. The pri-mary structures and functional properties of the major and minor hemoglobin components of the adult white-headed vulture...

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10. High altitude respiration of birds. Structural adaptations in the major and minor hemoglobin components of adult Ruppell's griffon (Gyps ruepellii, Aegypiinae): a new molecuilar...

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