Hide and seek: Efficacy of HPLC and capillary zone electrophoresis as screening tools for hemoglobin disorders

Srinivas Narasimhachar Chakravarthy, Satish Ramanathan, Smitha S, Vijayakumar Valappil, Mathivanan Durairaj

Abstract

Diabetes and hemoglobinopathy can co-exist, but the extent of diagnosis of such co-existence may depend on choosing the appropriate diagnostic methodology. This case report emphasizes the importance of such methods like HPLC and capillary electrophoresis in diagnosing these disorders.

 


Citation

Chakravarthy SN, Ramanathan S, Smitha S, Valappil V, Durairaj M. IJPLM. 2016;2(1):CS6.

Keywords

HbA1c, Hb D Iran, HPLC, Capillary Electrophoresis

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