Minor (glycosylated) hemoglobins in cord blood of infants of normal and diabetic mothers.

@article{Fadel1981MinorH,
  title={Minor (glycosylated) hemoglobins in cord blood of infants of normal and diabetic mothers.},
  author={Hossam E. Fadel and Allison Reynolds and Malcolm Stallings and Edathara C. Abraham},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1981},
  volume={139 4},
  pages={
          397-402
        }
}
The levels of minor (glycosylated) hemoglobins in maternal blood during labor and in cord blood at delivery were determined in four groups of women: 20 normal, 22 probably normal, 20 Class A diabetic, and eight overt diabetic women. Maternal HbA, was not significantly increased in the diabetic patients, thereby reflecting adequate metabolic control. In the cord blood, the percentage of the minor hemoglobin HbF1c, which has been shown to be a mixture of acetylated glycosylated HbF, and the… CONTINUE READING
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