Hemoglobin A1 in hemolysates from healthy and insulin-dependent diabetic children, as determined with a temperature-controlled minicolumn assay.

@article{Kaplan1982HemoglobinAI,
  title={Hemoglobin A1 in hemolysates from healthy and insulin-dependent diabetic children, as determined with a temperature-controlled minicolumn assay.},
  author={Lawrence A Kaplan and Donald Cline and Peter Gartside and Stephen Burstein and Mark Sperling and Evan A. Stein},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={1982},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={13-8}
}
We report age-specific glycohemoglobin values for nondiabetic infants, children, and young adults. These values were determined with an ion-exchange "mini-column" in a specially designed and constructed water bath that maintains column temperature at 23 +/- 0.1 degrees C. Two in-house-prepared controls with glycohemoglobin content amounting to 6.36% and 11.87% of total hemoglobin, stored at -20 degrees C, were used to assess long-term analytical precision. Between-day precision (CV) was 1.4… CONTINUE READING

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