At the same time, hemoglobin electrophoresis excluded hemoglobinopathy.
What does HMG stand for?
HMG stands for Hemoglobin
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 180 other meanings of HMG in our Acronym Attic
- Head Military Figure What's In Charge (military slang; polite form; see MFWIC, HMFIC)
- Health Maintenance Facility Workstation
- Habitat Management Guidelines (conservation)
- Halter Marine Group, Inc.
- Hannover Marketing Gesellschaft (German: Hannover Marketing Company; Hannover, Germany)
- Happy Mardi Gras
- Hazard Mitigation Grant (US FEMA)
- Heavy Machine Gun
- Help Me God
- Hemagen Diagnostics, Inc. (former stock symbol; now HMGN)
- Her/His Majesty's Government (British Government)
- Heritage Medical Group (Pennsylvania)
- Herring Media Group, Inc.
- Heschong Mahone Group, Inc. (California)
- High Maintenance Girlfriend
- High Mobility Group (protein)
- High Moral Ground
- High-Mobility Group
- Hill Mechanical Group (Illinois)
- Holy Mother of God (Internet slang)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hemoglobin and hemin promote lipid oxidation in washed fish muscle.
This new finding is critical: understanding how hemoglobin levels are controlled at a genetic level has significant public health implications for people of all ages in developing and developed countries", Nature quoted Dr John Chambers, one of the lead authors of the study as saying.
According to WHO, a man is anemic if he has a hemoglobin concentration lower than 13.
The CLIA '88-waived B-Hemoglobin Analyzer offers a quick, simple and reliable quantitative blood hemoglobin test with the per for mance of large hematology analyzers.
Investigations of glutathione S-transferase (6), hemoglobin (7), uracil N-glycosylase (8), chorismate metabolism enzymes (9), and hypothetical protein targets associated with a structural genomics program (10) are representative of these efforts.
 A new study of more than 4,600 men in Norfolk, England, produced similar results, though it used a long-term measure of blood sugar called glycated hemoglobin (see "Future Test: Glycated Hemoglobin," p.