(Received 8 April 1988; accepted 17 June 1988)
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Hunting gazelle is an offense according to Israeli law. When comparative isoelectric focusing was performed on bloodstains made from gazelle, goat, sheep, and cow blood, the pattern obtained from gazelle hemoglobin differed from those of the other animals tested. The use of this difference in hemoglobin pattern is suggested as a means to identify gazelle blood in hunting offense cases.
Head, Forensic Biology Laboratory, Israel Police Headquarters, Jerusalem,
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