carbaminohemoglobin


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carbaminohemoglobin

 [kahr-bam″ĭ-no-he´mo-glo″bin]
a combination of carbon dioxide and hemoglobin, CO2 HHb, being one of the forms in which carbon dioxide exists in the blood.

car·bam·i·no·he·mo·glo·bin

(kar-bam'i-nō-hē'mō-glō'bin),
Carbon dioxide bound to hemoglobin by means of a reactive amino group on the latter, that is, Hb-NHCOOH; approximately 20% of the total content of carbon dioxide in blood is combined with hemoglobin in this manner.

carbaminohemoglobin

/car·bam·i·no·he·mo·glo·bin/ (kahr-bam″ĭ-no-he´mo-glo″bin) a combination of carbon dioxide and hemoglobin, CO2HHb, being one of the forms in which carbon dioxide exists in the blood.

carbaminohemoglobin

a chemical complex formed by carbon dioxide and hemoglobin after the release of oxygen by the hemoglobin to a tissue cell. The action is similar to that of the formation of a carbamino compound. It accounts for nearly 25% of the carbon dioxide released in the lung. Also spelled carbaminohaemoglobin.

car·ba·mi·no·he·mo·glo·bin

(kahr-bam'i-nō-hē'mŏ-glō'bin)
Carbon dioxide bound to hemoglobin by means of a reactive amino group on the latter; approximately 20% of the total carbon dioxide in blood is combined with hemoglobin in this manner.
Synonym(s): carbaminohaemoglobin.

carbaminohemoglobin,

n a hemoglobin compounded with CO2.

carbaminohemoglobin

a combination of carbon dioxide and hemoglobin, CO2HHb, being one of the forms in which carbon dioxide exists in the blood.