electrophoretic mobility


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electrophoretic mobility

[i¦lek·trō·fə′red·ik mō′bil·əd·ē]
(biochemistry)
A characteristic of living cells in suspension and biological compounds (proteins) in solution to travel in an electric field to the positive or negative electrode, because of the charge on these substances.
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The electrophoretic mobility for each of the derivatives at optimized conditions and at different pH was calculated from the obs erved migration times as reported [29].
As previously discussed, such differences could be related to differences in electrophoretic mobility between certain proteins, depending on which technique is used.
In EMN method, electric field exposure induced an increase in electrophoretic mobility of cell nuclei (EMN index), decreased numbers of heterochromatin granules near the inner membrane of cell nucleus, and induced cell membrane damage; but cell viability was conserved.
Electrophoretic mobility of the clay fractions, artificial mixtures, and adsorbed mineral samples was measured in the pH range 3.
No differences in isozyme between resistant and susceptible cultivars in non-infected plants (lanes 1 and 7) were recorded in the electrophoretic mobility ranges.
Electrophoretic mobility measurements can be made on samples down to 1 nm in size.
2]] concentration resulted in a gradual increase in electrophoretic mobility of reacted HA, indicating a [[H.
Figure 3 shows electrophoretic mobility patterns of R-PE conjugated whole and F(ab')2 fragments of Sh[alpha]M Ig by SPDP in SDS-PAGE.
res] retained the electrophoretic mobility and glycoform ratio associated with BSE-related [PrP.
Recently, electrophoretic mobility shift assay (EMSA) was used to determine protein binding characteristics in the MLL bcr.
Comparison of electrophoretic mobility shifts of the DNA-protein complexes from the expressing M46 stains and non-expressing M46 stains may give insight on the reason for lack of expression from stains G184AS and G217B.