Myoglobin from equine heart is suitable for use in:spectral measurements in Beckman DU-50 or Gilford 2400 spectrophotometerthe secondary structure analysis of proteins in H2O solution using single-pass attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared (ATR-FT-IR) microscopythe calibration of the mass scale at a concentration of 2 pmol/μL in Electrospray mass spectrometrya study to investigate on-line single droplet deposition for MALDI mass spectrometrya study to examine protein adsorption in fused-silica and polyacrylamide-coated capillaries
Myoglobin is a mobile carrier of oxygen that is developed in red muscle and heart cells. This happens as a response to elevated demand for oxygen during exercise, and transports oxygen from the sarcolemma to the mitochondria of vertebrate heart and red muscle cells.
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