[Protein-analysis] Re: Why Doesn't Hemoglobin Lose its color when heat like myoglobin does?

Madalch tressure at gmail.com
Fri Apr 28 17:47:00 EST 2006

If you can get your hands on a syringe, there's an easy way to find
out.  Seal some blood in a vial, pop it into a hot water bath, and
observe the changes.

If you don't have a syringe, you can still try it with oxyhemoglobin
(which is, I believe, the red you're asking about anyway).

Unlike your wine and butter posts, I'm actually interested in the
results of this, so please post them once you've done it.

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