hemoglobin I

he·mo·glo·bin I

[MIM*141800.0055]
an abnormal Hb with a single α chain substitution, molecular formula α216Lys→Gluβ2A; a thalassemialike syndrome has been found in people heterozygous for both Hb I and α-thalassemia genes, with formation of about 70% Hb I.
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[USPRwire, Mon Aug 19 2019] Hemoglobin is a critical indicator of general health.
Hemoglobin is the protein in red blood cells that transports oxygen.
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