Haemoglobins of invertebrate tissues. Nerve haemoglobins of Aphrodite, Aplysia and Halosydna.

@article{Wittenberg1965HaemoglobinsOI,
  title={Haemoglobins of invertebrate tissues. Nerve haemoglobins of Aphrodite, Aplysia and Halosydna.},
  author={Beatrice A. Wittenberg and Robin W. Briehl and Jonathan B. Wittenberg},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={1965},
  volume={96 2},
  pages={363-71}
}
1. The occurrence of haemoglobin in invertebrate nerves is surveyed. Haemoglobin was observed in the nerves and ganglia of the marine nematode Amphiporus sp. and of the polychaet annelid Halosydna sp. 2. Haemoglobins from the nerve and ganglia of the polychaet annelid Aphrodite aculeata L. and from the nerve of the gastropod mollusc Aplysia californica have been partially purified. The haem in each case was identified as iron protoporphyrin IX. 3. The minimum molecular weight of Aphrodite nerve… CONTINUE READING

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