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1. Hemoglobin E (haemoglobin E)
Hemoglobin E is an abnormal version of the protein hemoglobin , found in Southeast Asia, which plays a role in such medical conditions as microcythemia, target cell formation, and mild hemolytic anemia. The beta chain of the hemoglobin is altered because of a mutation .

2. Hemoglobin electrophoresis (haemoglobin electrophoresis)
Hemoglobin electrophoresis is a lab technique, a type of electrophoresis , used to separate hemoglobin protein s from each other with an electric current.

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