capillary electrophoresis


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capillary electrophoresis

[¦kap·ə·ler·ē i‚lek·trō·fə′rē·səs]
(analytical chemistry)
A technique for separating substances from a fluid substrate; the sample is placed in a capillary tube which is then subjected to a high-voltage current that separates its chemical constituents.
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Dye injection solutions were prepared based on the capillary electrophoresis method performed and will be further explained in the capillary electrophoresis experimental section below.
Capillary electrophoresis determination of inorganic and organic anions using 2,6-pyridinedicarboxylic acid: effect of electrolyte's complexing ability.
Ehrat, Integrated capillary electrophoresis on flexible silicone microdevices: Analysis of DNA restriction fragments and detection of single DNA molecules on microchips, Anal.
www.janis.com/whatnew0998.htm Capillary Electrophoresis www.voy.com/1810 Discussion Group Separation Science Group, www.sg.chem.utas.edu.au Univ.
In 1998, Maragos adapted capillary electrophoresis to measure another type of mycotoxin -- deoxynivalenol, commonly called vomitoxin.
The device for the determination of specific area of nanomaterials (BET) , (Deep Reactive Ion Etching (DRIE) with the ability to create micrometric and nanomteric structures in vertical and deep forms was presented, while capillary electrophoresis instrument with the ability to quantitatively and qualitatively identify drugs and animal spectroscopy device (HiReSPECT) with the ability to take images from small animals were introduced in Iran Nano 2011 Exhibition.
The Mitos capillary electrophoresis chip A separates small quantities of biological molecules.
Capillary electrophoresis (CE) refers to a family of related separation techniques that employ capillaries to separate a complex array of large and small molecules.
Here we describe a simple capillary electrophoresis method with laser-induced fluorescence detection to measure physiologic thiols bound to apoprotein by a disulfide linkage.
Capillary electrophoresis (CE), which is also known as a powerful separation technique, has been used for metal speciation mainly together with very sensitive and selective but costly detectors such as inductively coupled plasma spectrometry-mass spectrometry [12-14].

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