Tiselius, Arne

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Tiselius,

Arne, Swedish biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1902-1971.
Tiselius apparatus - used to separate proteins in solution by electrophoresis.
Tiselius electrophoresis cell - the special container in a Tiselius apparatus containing the solution to be analyzed by electrophoresis.
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The electrophoresis became a chemical analysis method by the pioneering works of Arne Tiselius from Uppsala University in 1930s yielding Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1948 [1]-[9].
Swedish biochemist Arne Tiselius was awarded the 1948 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for research he did nearly 20 years earlier "on electrophoresis and adsorption analysis, especially for his discoveries concerning the complex nature of serum proteins.
1926 Arne Tiselius develops moving boundary electrophoresis of proteins; Theodor Svedberg determines the molecular weight of hemoglobin by ultracentrifugation; ASCP appoints a "Committee on the Registration of Laboratory Technicians" to define and classify medical technicians.