isoelectric focusing(redirected from Isoelectric focussing)
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the act of converging at a point.
isoelectric focusing electrophoresis in which the protein mixture is subjected to an electric field in a gel medium in which a pH gradient has been established; each protein then migrates until it reaches the site at which the pH is equal to its isoelectric point.
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electrophoresis of small molecules or macromolecules in a pH gradient.
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isoelectric focusingthe separation of molecules by differences in their charge, each molecule migrating to the point in a PH gradient where it has no net charge.
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