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HbCO

Binding kinetics of carbon monoxide to hemoglobin using Adair's four site model. Two-way binding for carbon monoxide and no interactions between binding sites.

Model number: 0235

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Description

  Model describes the binding kinetics of carbon monoxide to hemoglobin. 
  It uses a simplified model where the binding kinetics of the four sites 
  on the hemoglobin molecule are independent of each other.
  The Hill equation for hemoglobin saturation is used for comparison. The Hill 
  Equation assumes instantaneous equilibrative binding of carbon monoxide to Hb. 
  A model that takes into account cooperative binding will give a better 
  description of the data. See HbO2 cooperative model for ways to modify 
  this model described here (NSR Physiome model: HbCoop).
  These models are applied to data from Antonini and Brunori's "Hemoglobin 
  and Myoglobin In Their Reactions With Ligands", 1971, Fig 10.16, p261 
  Data sets in JSim labeled: conc.045_Antonini and conc.237_Antoni

	

Equations

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References

  Antonini E, Brunori M: "Kinetics of the reactions of hemoglobin and myoglobin with ligands"
  Chapter 8, p189-217 in: Hemoglobin and Myoglobin in their Reactions with Ligands,
  Frontiers of Biology, Volume 21, North-Holland Publishing Company, 1971 
     
  Hill AV: The diffusion of oxygen and lactic acid through tissues. 
  Proc R Soc Lond (Biol) 104: 39-96, 1928.

  Hill AV: The possible effects of the aggregation of the molecules of haemoglobin on its
  dissociation curves. J Physiol 40: iv-vii, 1910

  Hill R: Oxygen dissociation curves of muscle hemoglobin. Proc Roy Soc Lond B
  120: 472-480, 1936.  

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Key Terms

Binding kinetics, Hemoglobin, Carbon Monoxide, HbCO, Adair, saturation, blood gases, cooperativity, oxygen, Data, Tutorial

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Acknowledgements

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The National Simulation Resource, Director J. B. Bassingthwaighte, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195-5061.

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