19 Studies on the Bohr Effect

Shortness of breath and disease

What is the Bohr effect? The Bohr effect is a way to explain the cell’s oxygen release. Red blood cells don’t load oxygen into tissues. Carbon dioxide (CO2) plays a key role in O2 transport due vasodilation. Christian Bohr, a Danish physiologist and father of Niels Bohr, first described the Bohr law in 1904. Bohr …

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