Trajectory of isoelectric focusing from gels to capillaries to immobilized gradients in capillaries.

Abstract

This review presents the need for replacing gels in 2D separations for proteomics, where speed, high-throughput, and the ability to characterize trace level proteins or small samples are the current desires. The theme of the review is isoelectric focusing, which is a valuable tool because it pre-concentrates proteins in addition to separating with high peak… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/pmic.201200213

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@article{Koshel2012TrajectoryOI, title={Trajectory of isoelectric focusing from gels to capillaries to immobilized gradients in capillaries.}, author={Brooke M. Koshel and Mary J Wirth}, journal={Proteomics}, year={2012}, volume={12 19-20}, pages={2918-26} }