isotachophoresis

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isotachophoresis

[-tak′ōfôrē′sis]
Etymology: Gk, isos + tachos, speed, pherein, to bear
the ordering and concentration of substances of intermediate effective mobilities between an ion of high effective mobility and one of much lower effective mobility, followed by their migration at a uniform speed.
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Although isotachophoretic approaches were utilized for separation of purine and pyrimidine species in the past (5), they were never widely used in diagnostic practice.
Borate buffers can tolerate higher injection volumes because of a pronounced transient isotachophoretic phenomenon.