A Fœtal Form of Myoglobin

THE existence of two forms of hæmoglobin is well known. The fœtal form is found in the fœtus and in the new-born mammal, the other occurring in the older individual. It is remarkable that whereas the character of the hæmoglobin depends on genetic structure, this protein changes its composition during the growth of the individual. That this change is a… CONTINUE READING