Continuous fractionation of proteins by simultaneous gel filtration and electrophoresis

  • C. P. Dietrich


Electrophoresis up to the present is one of the best methods for identification and characterisation of proteins. We can even say that the development of electrophoresis has permitted the discovery of a wide variety of non-enzyme proteins.


Continuous Fractionation Continuous Loading Electrophoresis Chamber Pure Protein Fraction Lucite Block 
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