DNA & Protein Electrophoresis

Electrophoresis is a laboratory technique used to transport charged protein molecules and nucleic acids through a solvent using an electrically-charged field. It is considered a simple, rapid, and sensitive analytical technique. Numerous biological molecules carry a net charge at any pH level other than their isoelectric point and migrate at a rate in proportion to their charge density.

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Acid phosphatase
Acid Phosphatase: A Comprehensive Overview

This article offers an extensive overview of acid phosphatase, exploring its biological role, enzymatic activity, and importance in various medical and research applications, including diagnostic procedures.

DNA gel electrophoresis
DNA Gel Electrophoresis Fundamentals

Delve into the intricacies of DNA gel electrophoresis in our in-depth guide. Gain insights into the fundamental principles, techniques, and applications of this vital molecular biology method for DNA analysis and research.

Polyacrylamide gel
Polyacrylamide Gel: Overview & Applications

Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis is an analytical technique used in labs to study biomolecules. Read on to learn more about its principle and applications.

Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis
Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis: Overview & Applications

Learn the potential 2D gel electrophoresis in proteomics research. Explore its techniques, applications, and insights into protein analysis and detection.

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Gel Electrophoresis Stain: Overview & Application

Discover the power of gel electrophoresis stains for visualizing proteins, DNA, and RNA in scientific research. Learn about nucleic acid and protein stains and how Excedr can provide cost-effective lab equipment leasing solutions.

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Isoelectric Focusing Electrophoresis: Overview & Application

Explore isoelectric focusing electrophoresis, a versatile technique for protein separation, identification, and analysis. Learn about its principles, procedure, and various applications in biochemistry, proteomics, and other fields.