3D gel electrophoresis

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Three-dimensional (3D)-gel electrophoresis is a conventional method of separation of protein samples based on three independent physical properties, such as size, pI and molecular mass. The proteins are separated on the same gel[1].

Reference

  1. Ventzki, R. and Stegemann, J. (2010) 3D-Gel Electrophoresis – A New Development in Protein Analysis, in Mass Spectrometry for Microbial Proteomics. Chapter 10
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