Published in Blood Weekly, July 6th, 2006
"Cellfree hemoglobin solutions with high oxygen affinity might be beneficial for selectively delivering oxygen to ischemic tissue. A recombinant hybrid hemoglobin molecule was designed using the human alpha-subunit and the bovine beta-subunit, with placement of surface cysteines to permit disulfide bond polymerization of the tetramers," wrote M. Nemoto and colleagues, Johns Hopkins University Hospital.
"The resulting protein generated from an Escherichia coli...
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