Carbaminohemoglobin

Carbaminohemoglobin (or Carbaminohaemoglobin, also known as carbhaemoglobin and carbohaemoglobin) is a compound of haemoglobin and carbon dioxide, and is one of the forms in which carbon dioxide exists in the blood. 10% of carbon dioxide is carried in blood this way (85% carried in blood as bicarbonate [hydrogen carbonate], 5% carried as free CO2,...
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carbaminohemoglobin

(kahr-bam″ĭ-no-he┬┤mo-glo″bin) a combination of carbon dioxide and hemoglobin, CO2 HHb, being one of the forms in which carbon dioxide exists in the blood.
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carbaminohemoglobin

Carbon dioxide bound to haemoglobin by means of a reactive amino group on the latter, i.e., Hb-NHCOOH; approximately 20% of the total content of carbon dioxide in blood is combined with haemoglobin in this manner. ... Synonym: carbhemoglobin, carbohemoglobin. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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carbaminohemoglobin

Type: Term Pronunciation: kar-bam′i-nō-hē′mō-glō′bin Definitions: 1. Carbon dioxide bound to hemoglobin by means of a reactive amino group on the latter, Hb-NHCOOH; approximately 20% of the total content of carbon dioxide in blood is combined with hemoglobin in this manner. Synonyms: carbhemoglobin, carbohemogl...
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