More Co2 = less brains?

Jeroen Schaap Schaap at rullf2.medfac.leidenuniv.nl
Thu Feb 13 12:00:53 EST 1997

In article <5dni5v$ptv at news.ox.ac.uk>,
   patrick at gryphon.psych.ox.ac.uk (Patrick Juola) wrote:
:I'm saying that it does not do so by binding more tightly to the blood
:hemoglobin than oxygen does.
:	Patrick

Hmm. Not completely true. I don't rem binding params for CO2 versus O2. But one 
heamoglobin can bind 4 O2 and only 1 CO2. 


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