Structure And Functions of hemoglobin + Disorders

structure and functions of hemoglobin

Hemoglobin are present in the red blood cells and is a necessary chemical which supplies oxygen from lungs to rest of the body. It is a protein having a quarternary structure which composes iron and performs the significant function of transporting oxygen through RBCs in blood in mammals as well as other animals. It also fulfills distinct effect modulation and gas transport duties, although which vary from species to species and most probably is altogether different in invertebrates (having no backbone).

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