gel electrophoresis(redirected from Gel electrophoreisis)
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electrophoresis through a gel, usually a cylindric tube or on a slab consisting of a gel of uniform composition.
Electrophoresis performed in a gel composed of agarose, polyacrylamide, or starch.
The separation of whole or fragmented molecules, such as nucleic acids, through an electrically charged gel. The smaller the molecule, the faster its migration through the gel.
See also: electrophoresis