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Haemoglobin-17O2 Revisited

Abstract

HAEMOGLOBIN derives its ability to bind oxygen reversibly from the particular type of bond formed between the haem-iron and molecular oxygen. So far X-ray crystallography1 has not resolved conclusively the structure of this bond.

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