Haemoglobins, Haptoglobins and Albumins of Horses
Horse haemoglobins have been studied by Cabannes and Serain (1955), Bangham and Lehmann (1958), Efremov (1963) and Braend and Stormont (1964). Cabannes and Serain reported the findings of two phenotypes; one composed of two components was observed in 45 horses and the other composed of one component was observed in three horses. All the other investigators reported one phenotype only, namely that having two components.
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