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How to dissociate-split into monomers hemoglobin in vitro?

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Old 02-09-2011, 05:20 PM
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Default How to dissociate-split into monomers hemoglobin in vitro?



Greetings everyone.

Is anyone aware how can one split Hb into monomers in vitro?

The strongest substance we have come up with is KI - potassium iodide.
- and we r not even sure that the desired effect KI causes is due to (admittedly indeed occuring) dissociation!

Any hint is most welcomed!
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