PMID: 318248Jan 1, 1977Paper

A comparative study of haemoglobins from the Artiodactyla by isoelectric focusing

Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. B, Comparative Biochemistry
P D Butcher, C M Hawkey


1. Isoelectric focusing on 7% acrylamide gels in 2% ampholyte of pH range 6-8 was used to fractionate the haemoglobins of 81 animals, representing 30 species from 4 families of the Order Artiodactyla. 2. Isoelectric points of the major haemoglobins were determined and the relative distribution of minor haemoglobins compared. 3. Marked haemoglobin heterogeneity was observed, with polymorphic and multiple haemoglobins. No one haemoglobin was common to all species.


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