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Synonyms for electrophoresis

the motion of charged particles in a colloid under the influence of an electric field

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Electrophoretic mobility and IEP of untreated clay fractions, OM-free clay fractions, Fe oxide concentrates, and the artificial mixture of kaolinite
Thus, an increase of [Cu(II)] resulted in an increase in electrophoretic mobility of reacted HA, indicating a [Cu(II)]-dependent HA fragmentation/degradation.
A significant limitation of electrophoretic mobility and streaming potential measurements, both classified under electroosmosis techniques, is that only an average value of the zeta potential/streaming potential is detected--regardless of whether the surface charge distribution is homogeneous or otherwise.
As part of the exercise, students measure the electrophoretic mobility of the standard proteins and graph on semi-log paper each value with the corresponding molecular weight (see Figure 5A).
A dissociation constant of 58 nM for a region of the insulin enhancer element was determined by the electrophoretic mobility shift assay.
Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) is a modern analytical technique which allows the rapid and efficient separation of sample components based on differences in their electrophoretic mobility as they move or migrate through narrow-bore capillary tubes.
28] Walter and Widen[24] have demonstrated that electrophoretic mobility of red blood cells from patients with AD differs from healthy controls and that this difference depends on the anticoagulant used, appearing in citrate and oxalate but not in EDTA or heparin.
The proteins are separated by differences in their electrophoretic mobility, which allows the detection of monoclonal gammopathies.
To this end, we have established at McMaster many state-of-the-art facilities for characterizing colloidal dispersions including particle size, particle charge, electrophoretic mobility and rheological properties.
The subject of procurement is the procurement of equipment for the laboratory of colloids, polyelectrolytes and interfacial (painting elipsometar and spectroscopic instrument for measuring the electrophoretic mobility / size analysis (nano) particles using static and dynamic light scattering).
Carrique F, Arroyo FJ, Jimrnez ML, Delgado AV (2003) Influence of double-layer overlap on the electrophoretic mobility and DC conductivity of a concentrated suspension of spherical particles.
Finally, it maybe possible to detect therapeutic monoclonal antibodies by their electrophoretic mobility.
The method is based on a property of the DNA--that the electrophoretic mobility of single stranded nucleic acids depends not only on their size but also on their sequence.
We have used an electrophoretic mobility shift assay (EMSA) to analyze protein binding within specific regions of the MLL bcr.
The average electrophoretic mobility of the droplets can be obtained by dividing the average velocity by the applied electric field.