The amino acid sequence of the single hemoglobin of the high-antarctic fish Bathydraco marri Norman.
ABSTRACT 1. Bathydraco marri Norman is a cold-adapted Antarctic teleost (Family: Bathydraconidae), living preferably at depths between 400 and 1200 m. 2. The blood of this species contains a single hemoglobin, in which oxygen binding is pH-regulated (Bohr and Root effects). 3. The complete amino acid sequence of the alpha and beta chains of the hemoglobin of B. marri has been elucidated.