Serum protein electrophoresis is a test for globulin in the blood. It is primarily used in the diagnosis of multiple myeloma or to rule out conditions in a differential diagnosis. Blood is taken from the patient and kept in an airtight container. It is then exposed to an acetate membrane that has been soaked in a buffer. The sample is then exposed to an electrical current to separate the different types of globulin.

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