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Dissociation of hemoglobin

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#1 baklavas



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Posted 09 December 2010 - 03:32 AM

Greetings. Is anyone aware of any substance capable to dissociate hemoglobin
(split into monomers)? We have come up with KI-potassium iodide as the cheapest and
most easy to find means. It appears that dissociation into monomers minimizes hemolysis interference in some instances in a hemolyzed blood sample which arrives in a laboratory.
Any help is higly appreciated! Thank you in advance.

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