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The rapid progress in our knowledge of the structure-function relationships of human hemoglobin has produced fascinating findings of general biological significance that should be of great interest to the nonspecialist. An updated monograph on the subject would be most timely. The authors of the four loosely connected papers of this little volume, which appeared originally in the July 1970 issue of the CRC Critical Reviews in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, have themselves contributed importantly to this explosion of knowledge and, therefore, have the best possible credentials for authorship of reviews on the subject. Although this publication does not have the cohesion
New Aspects of the Structure, Function, and Synthesis of Hemoglobins.. Ann Intern Med. 1971;75:488. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-75-3-488_1
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