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HiCN Test Method

HiCN Test method : Principle of test Whole blood is diluted 1 in 201 in a modified Drabkin’s solution which contains potassium ferricyanide and potassium cyanide. The red cells are haemolyzed and the haemoglobin is oxidized by the ferricyanide to methaemoglobin. This is converted by the cyanide to stable haemiglobincyanide (HiCN). Absorbance of the HiCN solution is read in a spectrophotometer at wavelength 540 nm or in a filter colorimeter using a yellow-green filter. The […]

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