What Is Sickle Cell Anemia?
Sickle Cell Disease, formally known as Sickle Cell Anemia, is actually a collection of diseases of the blood that cause changes in the shape of red blood cells that travel through the body’s circulatory system. Healthy red blood cells are round and flexible. Red blood cells in someone who has this condition become brittle and sticky and acquire the shape of a C-shaped farm tool known as a sickle.
Gel electrophoresis is simply identification. Due to its versatility, it has become one of the most important tools of crime scene investigation and protein analysis. Forensic investigators use this tool of genotyping DNA samples to distinguish one human being from another. Gel electrophoresis is commonly used around the world for not only for the investigation of crime scenes but also for identifying missing persons, attaching names to bodies in mass disasters, naming the victims in human rights violations, and in paternity testing.
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