Medical Definition of Haemoglobin Gower-2

1. A normal Hb of molecular formula a2A&vepsilon;2, which is a major Hb component of the early embryo; production of &vepsilon; chains normally ceases at about the third month of foetal development and is replaced by Hb F. Compare: haemoglobin Gower-1, haemoglobin Portland. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haemoglobin Gower-2

haemoglobin
haemoglobin A
haemoglobin A1C
haemoglobin A2
haemoglobin AIc
haemoglobin Anti-Lepore
haemoglobin Bart's
haemoglobin C
haemoglobin C disease
haemoglobin Chesapeake
haemoglobin Constant Spring
haemoglobin DPunjab
haemoglobin E
haemoglobin F
haemoglobin Gower-1
haemoglobin Gower-2 (current term)
haemoglobin H
haemoglobin I
haemoglobin J
haemoglobin JCapetown
haemoglobin Kansas
haemoglobin Lepore
haemoglobin M
haemoglobin Portland
haemoglobin Rainier
haemoglobin S
haemoglobin SC disease
haemoglobin Yakima
haemoglobin electrophoresis
haemoglobinaemia

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