Front face fluorometry allows for the detection of intrinsic fluorescence in intact hemoglobins, and we have been able to assign the origin of this emission in Hb A to the tryptophan at beta 37 (Hirsch, R. E., Zukin, R. S., and Nagel, R. L. (1980) Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 93, 432-439). We now report that this fluorescence in hemoglobin is sensitive to… (More)
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