Glycosylated hemoglobin

glycosylated hemoglobin gly·co·sy·lat·ed hemoglobin (glī-kō’sə-lā’tĭd)
Any of four hemoglobin fractions that together account for less than 4 percent of the total hemoglobin in the blood.


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