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Starch gel electrophoresis of hemoglobins



Starch gel electrophoresis of hemoglobins



Rev Francaise Etud Clin Et Biol 3(4): 377-380



Starch gel electrophoresis of hemoglobins gives the same kind of information as paper electrophoresis (hemoglobins A, S, C, E, F). Yet its higher resolving power makes it possible to hope for the discovery of new hemoglobins showing a migration very similar to that of hemoglobins already described. The case of hemoglobins isolated from blood samples collected in South Vietnam, the mobility of which is slightly slower than that of hemoglobin A, demonstrates the usefulness of this technique.

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