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Evaluation of the Structure-Activity Relationship of Hemoproteins through Physicochemical Studies: Hemoglobins as a Prototype of Biosensor

By Leonardo M. Moreira, Juliana P. Lyon, Vanessa J. S. V. Santos and Fabio V. Santos

Submitted: November 5th 2014Reviewed: April 1st 2015Published: September 24th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/60576

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Leonardo M. Moreira, Juliana P. Lyon, Vanessa J. S. V. Santos and Fabio V. Santos (September 24th 2015). Evaluation of the Structure-Activity Relationship of Hemoproteins through Physicochemical Studies: Hemoglobins as a Prototype of Biosensor, Biosensors Toonika Rinken, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60576. Available from:

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