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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Conformation sensitive gel electrophoresis for rapid detection of single base differences in double stranded PCR products DNA fragments Proc.
Among the different separation and resolution methods possible for LPS glycoforms, slab-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (slab-PAGE) has now been developed to offer unsurpassed resolution combined with higher reproducibility, rapidity, low cost, and simplicity.
Bromophenol blue is used in tracking dye in gel electrophoresis. It is also use as an industrial dye, indicator and staining agent.
Second dimensional gel electrophoresis: For DIGE experiment, 8% to 16% linear gradient SDS polyacrylamide gel was made using low fluorescent glass plate, and general glass plate was applied for (200*250*1.0 mm) preparative gel.
Animations: Gel electrophoresis is an important laboratory technique introduced using animations available from the Internet.
Comparison of typing results obtained for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates with the DiversiLab system and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis. J Clin Microbiol 2009;47:2452-7.
The LabChip 90 is a floor standing system that automates gel electrophoresis onto a microfluidic chip.
When Michaelsen extracts DNA from a fungus in these stored samples and runs it through gel electrophoresis, she gets a series of bands that amount to a DNA fingerprint.
When the DNA undergoes gel electrophoresis (separation in an electric field), DNA fragments move away, and damage is measured by counting the fragments that have migrated.
Low-light applications include fluorescence, chemiluminescence, gene chip, gel electrophoresis, and multiwavelength imaging.
The protein contents of the extracts were determined, and extracted proteins were characterized using gel electrophoresis.