electrophoretic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to electrophoresis
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How To Use electrophoretic In A Sentence

  • Support media that may be used for electrophoretic separations include agar gel, starch gel, cellulose acetate, and acrylamide.
  • They demonstrated that DNA of cells embedded in a low-melting agarose microgel on microscope slides migrates in an electrophoretic field in a pattern determined by the extent of DNA damage.
  • But when he continued, fighting his way through the morass of technical terms from the macro fibrillar ultra structure of the medullary cells to the electrophoretic variants of the structural proteins, he found that the results of the forensic examination of the hairs was inconclusive. A Traitor to Memory
  • Fraction purities were assessed by a combination of Coomassie staining and immunoblotting of electrophoretically separated proteins.
  • The low-density lipoproteins, also known as the beta lipoproteins have an electrophoretic mobility which is slightly slower than the prebeta fraction.
  • In recent years, the existence of different types of human rotaviruses has been demonstrated by immunological assays and gel electrophoretic analysis of viral RNA.
  • For immunoblots, proteins were transferred electrophoretically to nitrocellulose and resulting replicas were probed with antibodies.
  • After irradiation for 12-15 min, a fraction of highly polymerous DNA appears, which remains at the start of the gel under the electrophoretic conditions used in these experiments.
  • During the second stage of fixation, interfibrillar cross-links are apparently formed as judged by the appearance of highly polymerous DNA at the start of the electrophoretic gel.
  • This assay does not require enzyme digestion or electrophoretic separation of DNA fragments.
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