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- Louis Pasteur
4860 Establishing Haemoglobin
The haemoglobin is a substance that ensures the oxygen transportation function of the erythrocyte. From a chemical perspective, it is a chromoprotein, a coloured, complex protein substance formed of a protein part – globin, and a non-protein part – the haem. The haemoglobin binds the oxygen almost completely within the pulmonary circulation and releases it in an environment with a lower oxygen concentration (especially if the pH is also low).
1 business day, depending on the number of samples