Unstable Hemoglobin

The Unstable Hemoglobin test contains 1 test with 1 biomarker.

Unstable hemoglobins result from mutations around the heme pocket as well as contact points between the individual globin subunits resulting in hemolytic anemia. Hemoglobins carrying these structural modifications may denature and precipitate when exposed to alcohol, such as isopropanol.

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Isopropanol Precipitation

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