Hemoglobin-related multiple SELDI-TOF-MS signals in db+/db+ mice. Samples of sera from nontreated db+/db+ mice in the fasting state were loaded onto ProteinChip arrays. Left panel: hemoglobin-related multi-MS signals. From the average of 8 data, the signals were detected from m/z 14974 to 15638 (+H) using CM10 ProteinChip (pH7). The double-charged m/z values appear to be observed from m/z 7495 to 7823 (+2H). These values may correspond to hemoglobin α- and β-chains, and other hemoglobin-related proteins. Right panel: multi-MS signals observed at approximately double the single-charged m/z values for the hemoglobin-related signals, using IMAC ProteinChip. These signals may correspond to the dimers of hemoglobin α- and β-chains.