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Reference Literature

1. David L. Drabkin, The Crystallographic and Optical Properties of the Hemoglobin of Man in Comparison with Those of other Species. J of Biol Chem 1946, 164, 703-723. [PDF]

2. Jo M. Holt, Alexandra L. Klinger, Connie S. Yarian, Varsha Keelara, and Gary K. Ackers, Asymmetric Distribution of Cooperativity in the Binding Cascade of Normal Human Hemoglobin. 1. Cooperative and Noncooperative Oxygen Binding in Zn-Substituted Hemoglobin. Biochemistry 2005, 44(36), 11925-11938. [PDF]

3. Jo M. Holt and Gary K. Ackers, The Hill Coefficient: Inadequate Resolution of Cooperativity in Human Hemoglobin. Methods in Enzymology 2009, 455, 193-212. [PDF]

4. Bruno Giardina and Gino Amiconi, Measurement of Binding of Gaseous and Nongaseous Ligands to Hemoglobins by Conventional Spectrophotometric Procedures. Methods in Enzymology 1981, 76, 417-427. [PDF]

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8. Suman Kundu, Scott A. Premer, Julie A. Hoy, James T. Trent III, and Mark S. Hargrove, Trematode Hemoglobins Show Exceptionally High Oxygen Affinity . Biophysical Journal 1998, 75, 990-998. [PDF]

9. Luca Ronda, Stefano Bruno, Serena Faggiano, Stefano Bettati, and Andrea Mozzarelli, Oxygen Binding to Heme Proteins in Solution, Encapsulated in Silica Gels, and in the Crystalline State. Methods in Enzymology 2008, 437, 311-328. [PDF]

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12. Jonathan B. Wittenberg, Cyril A. Appleby and Beatrice A. Wittenberg, The Kinetics of the Reactions of Leghemoglobin with Oxygen and Carbon Monoxide, Journal of Biol Chem 1972, 247(2), 527-531. [PDF]

13. J. A. E. Spaan , F. Kreuzer , and F. K. van Wely, Diffusion Coefficients of Oxygen and Hemoglobin as Obtained Simultaneously from Photometric Determination of the Oxygenation of Layers of Hemoglobin Solutions, Pflugers Archive 1980, 384, 241-251. [PDF]

14. Qiu Ci Li, Patricia Ann Mabrouk, Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Studies of Horse Myoglobin in Dimethyl Sulfoxide, J Biol Inorg Chem 2003, 8(1-2), 83-94. [PDF]