A micromodification of the Drabkin hemoglobin assay for measuring plasma hemoglobin in the range of 5 to 2000 mg/dl

  • Moore G
  • Ledford M
  • Merydith A
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Abstract

A micromodification of the Drabkins cyanide method has been developed to measure plasma hemoglobin in the range of 5 to 2000 mg/dl. With care the assay can be used above and below this range. The assay is accurate, precise (CV < 1%), fast and simple when compared to other procedures and has a stable end point. It can be applied to clinical samples, stored blood, or hemoglobin solutions infused into test animals. © 1981.

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  • G. L. Moore

  • M. E. Ledford

  • A. Merydith

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