Capillary electrophoresis is again segmented into micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography, capillary isoelectric focusing, capillary isotachophoresis
These methods includes liquid chromatographic method with both capillary isotachophoresis
and UV isotachophoresis
, non-aqueous titrimetric methods , fluorescence spectrophotometry , gas chromatography , high performance liquid chromatography , atomic absorption spectroscopy , reverse-phase high performance liquid chromatography  and so on.
Recently, capillary electrophoresis (CE) has received considerable attention in the development of online preconcentration systems such as transient isotachophoresis
(tITP) , dynamic pH junction , sweeping [19,20], and field-amplified stacking.
(ITP), a form of electrophoresis to separate charged analytes based on ionic mobility under external electric fields, was incorporated into sensing process to pre-concentrate analytes (nucleic acid and proteins) for improving the sensor sensitivity by 1000 fold [63,64].
The former could be analyzed in human serum using a lectin-sorbent assay  and the latter by methods sensitive to the electric charge of the particles, such as ion-exchange chromatography  and capillary isotachophoresis
Other physical separation tests, such as capillary isotachophoresis
and high-performance liquid chromatography (4) have also been used to charge- or size-fractionate HDL.
was chosen here as the efficient technique for the separation of highly stable NPs.
Sensitive and selective methods are based on LCMS/MS (3-5,7,8,13), HPLC (2,9-10,12,14), GC-MS 11 and capillary isotachophoresis
Vacik, "High-frequency contactless detection in isotachophoresis
Acevedo, "Simple quantification of complement factors C3 and C3b using separation by isotachophoresis
," Electrophoresis, vol.
Santiago pioneered the use of isotachophoresis
to extract and analyze DNA and RNA from complex samples including blood, urine, and cell cultures.