Tobias Kleinschmidt

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Inspection of the amino acid differences among hemoglobin sequences of a wide range of mammalian species suggested that at alpha 19, alpha 110, alpha 111, beta 23, beta 44, and beta 56, synapomorphies group manatee (Trichechus inungius, Sirenia), Indian and African elephant (Elephas maximus and Loxodonta africana, Proboscidea), and rock hyrax (Procavia(More)
The primary structure of the symmetric dimeric haemoglobin from type alpha2 component CTT VIIB from the larvae of Chironomus thummi thummi is given. The sequence revealed the presence of at least two components differing in six positions. A comparison with human alpha-chains is discussed with respect to the primary structure, helices, and haem complex and(More)
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