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Unformatted text preview: 2.. 6 ‘ ' 1 of2 BIS 102 Nmeu Fall, 2006 Last First K. Hilt Second Midterm Score (100): . ( 25 pts.) Hemoglobin has three different histidine residues that play different roles in the reversible 2 inding of oxygen. One of them is the distal histidine. What are the other two? What are their roles (if there /-\ h 1"” v ' more than one role, then give them all)? Then rank these histidines in order of importance Ge. #1 is the at? ' ost important in the process of reversibly binding oxygen, etc.). 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