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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1991, Characterization of humic substances by capillary isotachophoresis.
isolates, concentrates, and quantifies small RNAs from cell lysates using on-chip isotachophoresis (71).
Determination of glycyrrhizin in liqueurs by on-line coupled capillary isotachophoresis with capillary zone electrophoresis.
The uniting theme of the projects is the use of microfluidics and isotachophoresis (ITP) to enable precise transport, focusing, and control of samples within micron-sized channels.
Several reports have described microscale preconcentration methods (30) and a number of preconcentration techniques, such as field-amplified sample stacking (31), temperature gradient focusing (32), and isotachophoresis (ITP) [4] (33).
RLPs can also be separated according to charge by agarose gel electrophoresis (double pre-[beta] lipoproteins) or capillary isotachophoresis, or according to their size as midband lipoproteins (between VLDL and LDL bands) by 3% polyacrylamide or gradient gel electrophoresis.
In research, the determination of apolipoproteins encompasses their measurement in cell culture supernatants (4), lipoprotein subfractions separated by ultracentrifugation (5), isotachophoresis (6), immunoaffinity chromatography (7), or size-exclusion chromatography (8).
Certain parts of this short chapter, including that describing isotachophoresis, are simplified.
11th International Symposium on Capillary Electrophoresis and Isotachophoresis (ITP '98), Venice, Italy, October 4-7, 1998.
Glycolic acid, the predominant metabolite, has been measured by HPLC and gas chromatography, by a colorimetric method, and by isotachophoresis [27,52-54].