n. Physiologically similar to hemoglobin, emoglobin is characteristically considered
to be caused by a base-pair mutation
in the genotypes of "highly emotional" teens. This mutation
generally expresses itself in teen and pre-teen years, which will cause the affected
to wear primarily black, dye their hair, and cut themselves.
Instead of carrying Oxygen from
pulmonary circulation and delivering it to needed tissues throughout
the body, emoglobin carries feelings of sorrow, loneliness and angst.