Hb A


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Hb A

abbreviation for hemoglobin A.

Hb A

Abbreviation for hemoglobin A.

Hb A

Abbreviation for hemoglobin A.
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Factors affecting the clinical utility of Hb A ic in the presence of Hb variants include both analytical interferences and the clinical interpretation of the result.
On alkaline haemoglobin electrophoresis, there is an absence of Hb A with only haemoglobins E, [A.
To facilitate interpretation, results are automatically positioned with regard to the Hb A and Hb A2 fraction in the sample.
1c] is produced by nonenzymatic addition of a glucose molecule to the N-terminal valine residue on the chain of Hb A.
After correcting for possible calibration bias by comparing results from the homozygous Hb A sample group, we evaluated method bias attributable to the presence of Hb C or S trait, with a clinical significant difference being >10% (i.
On acid electrophoresis, the two hemoglobin variants, however, had mobilities identical to Hb A but not Hb C.
No clinically significant interference attributable to Hb AC or Hb AS was seen with the Nycocard, Synchron CX7, VARIANT GHb, and VARIANT II methods (Table 1).
For transfusion therapy, the quantification of Hb A is also monitored.
9% at 9% Hb A, j compared with the Hb AA sample group was used to define a clinically significant difference.
Neither chromatographic method resolved Hb A from Hb E.
2] values measured by a specific method seem similar in Hb D heterozygotes and Hb A homozygotes.
Of the 129 samples collected, 47 were homozygous for Hb A, 39 were heterozygous for Hb C, and 43 were heterozygous for Hb S.