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Figure 1 Nonenzymatic Glycation of Hemoglobin
Glucose reacts with an amino group on hemoglobin to form an aldimine linkage and subsequently undergoes an Amadori rearrangement to form a stable ketoamine (glycated hemoglobin).
Figure 2Laboratory Performance Data from the CAP GH-2 Survey
Each point and bar represents the mean result ±2SD, respectively, of laboratories using a particular method. The horizontal dotted line represents the NGSP/DCCT target value.
Symbols: ? results reported as HbA1c, ♦ results reported as HbA1, ? results reported as total GHB.
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