Haemoglobin Types in Animals:

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1963
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Rollinson D.H.L
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The investigation of haemoglobin types in animals has followed the recognition of many abnormalities in human hemoglobin’s, Geiger demonstrated as long ago as 1931 that two different oxyhaemoglobins could be separated from the blood of cattle, sheep, dog, ass and human, by cataphoresis at near neutral PH. Recent literature commenced with reports in 1955 from Algeria (Cabannes and Serain) and from Aberdeen by Harris and Warren. Subsequently a considerable amount of information has become available. These studies have shown that haemoglobins of animals may be separated into one or more components in addition to specific foetal haemoglobin types, by examination by paper electrophoresis and by other techniques.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXIX (No. 1), p. 1-6
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