Normal Hemoglobin Electrophoresis Densitometer Tracing

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Normal Hemoglobin Electrophoresis Densitometer Tracing

A densitometer is used to assess the bands of hemoglobin on an electrophoresis gel (usually an alkaline electrophoresis). The relative amount of each representative hemoglobin is calculated as a percent of the total hemoglobin. This densitometer tracing corresponds to the pattern for normal distribution of hemoglobin.