[Hemoglobins of thecommon starling (Sturnus vulgaris, Passeriformes). The primary structures of the alphaA, alphaD and beta chains].

@article{Oberthuer1984HemoglobinsOT,
  title={[Hemoglobins of thecommon starling (Sturnus vulgaris, Passeriformes). The primary structures of the alphaA, alphaD and beta chains].},
  author={Walter Oberthuer and Gerhard Braunitzer},
  journal={Hoppe-Seyler's Zeitschrift fur physiologische Chemie},
  year={1984},
  volume={365 2},
  pages={159-73}
}
The primary structures of the major hemoglobin component HbA (alpha A- and beta-chains) and the minor component HbD (alpha D-chains, beta-chains are identical with those of HbA) of the Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) are given. The order Passeriformes, to which this species belongs, represents 5/8 of all species of birds. Comparing Starling and Greylag Goose (Anser anser) hemoglobins, HbA alpha A-chains differ by 20 amino acids or 23 nucleotides (3 two point mutations), beta-chains by 14 amino-acid… CONTINUE READING

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