hemoglobin A

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he·mo·glo·bin A

n. hemoglobina A, hemoglobina normal en un adulto.
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They suggest that "infants with SIDSare characterized by a marked delay in the switch from hemoglobin F to hemoglobin A -- a phenomenon that may reflect an underlying chronic condition.
Franco have found a way to instead bind onto hemoglobin a natural analog of DPG -- phytic acid -- that keeps the oxygen more loosely bound than does DPG.
Amgen submitted testimony also notes that hemoglobin levels in dialysis patients fluctuate greatly, and that single measures of hemoglobin as reported in the United States Renal Data System provide an incomplete picture of anemia management.