Specific radioimmunochemical identification and quantitation of hemoglobins A2 and F.

Abstract

Hyperimmune antisera to chromatographically purified hemoglobins F and A2 were produced in rabbits and made specific for the immunogen by adsorption with normal human hemoglobin A conjugated to cyanogen bromide-activated agarose. A radioimmunoassay was established that permitted identification and quantitation of each of these two minor hemoglobins in… (More)

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@article{Garver1976SpecificRI, title={Specific radioimmunochemical identification and quantitation of hemoglobins A2 and F.}, author={Fred A. Garver and C. S. Jones and Mariah Baker and Gizem Altay and Belinda Barton and Mark Gravely and T. H. Huisman}, journal={American journal of hematology}, year={1976}, volume={1 4}, pages={459-69} }