THE HYBRIDIZATION OF DONKEY AND MOUSE HEMOGLOBINS BY AuSTEN RIGGS AND ALBERT

Abstract

Vertebrate hemoglobins generally are characterized by the possession of four polypeptide chains of two types, which can be designated as a and d. Several recent observations suggest that the physiological role and evolution of these two types of chain differ. Ingram' and Gammack et al.' have noted that, among human hemoglobins, A-chain mutants are more… (More)

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