gel electrophoresis


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gel electrophoresis

[¦jel i‚lek·trō·fə′rē·səs]
(chemistry)
Electrophoresis performed in silica gel, which is a porous, inert medium.
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Bromophenol blue is used in tracking dye in gel electrophoresis.
Practical: Gel electrophoresis using food dyes instead of DNA/RNA/protein separation if these are unavailable.
1B depicts the traces of multicapillary gel electrophoresis analysis of 2-201CT SNV samples.
Detection of the -119G>A substitution by conformation-sensitive gel electrophoresis has recently been proposed (5).
They argue that gel electrophoresis used by itself will find few additional blood proteins.
Step three was to run an agarose gel electrophoresis.
It saves time and material cost, and it will as well provide much higher resolving power than the currently used traditional slab gel electrophoresis or HPLC type devices on the market.
1 Gel Electrophoresis System Anticipated quantity is four (4).
Typing was performed by SmaI pulsed-field gel electrophoresis as previously described (2), and the isolate was classified as the USA300 clone.
For example, two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and MS/MS are being used for global protein separation and protein identification.
Several methods are used for quantification of BJPs, the most common of which is agarose gel electrophoresis of concentrated urine followed by densitometry (in the following referred to as "comparison method"); the BJP concentration is calculated by multiplication of the fraction of the total urinary protein in the BJP band by the total urinary protein concentration.
This microscope technique "is going to absolutely destroy gel electrophoresis," Schwartz asserts.