Hemoglobin electrophoresis


Hemoglobin electrophoresis is a technique routinely used in clinical laboratories to screen samples for hemoglobinopathies.

The Hellabio Agarose Gels (in alkali) are suitable for the identification of different species of hemoglobin molecules ( separation of Hb in distinct band of HbA, HbF, HbS ( HbG, HbD, Lepore), HbA( HbC,  HbE and HbO) and allow the laboratory diagnosis of hemoglobin abnormalities.

Electrophoresis on acidic gels, should follow to confirm the identification of hemoglobin variants, in particular, to differentiate Hemoglobins S from G, D, Lepore.

Hemoglobin electrophoresis: Instruction for Use [ in alkali]
Hemoglobin electrophoresis: Instruction for Use [in acid]




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