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Counter-Flow Gradient Electrofocusing

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Author(s)

Jonathan G. Shackman, David J. Ross

Abstract

Counter-flow gradient electrofocusing methods are methods whereby a combination of electrophoresis and a bulk solution counter-flow is used to accumulate or focus analytes at stationary points along a separation column. This review first describes the various forms of counter-flow gradient electrofocusing that have been demonstrated in the literature, and then compares figures of merit for counter-flow focusing methods and conventional CE methods.
Citation
Electrophoresis
Volume
28
Issue
4

Keywords

electric field gradient focusing, equilibrium gradient method, sample concentration, stacking, temperature gradient focusing

Citation

Shackman, J. and Ross, D. (2007), Counter-Flow Gradient Electrofocusing, Electrophoresis (Accessed May 20, 2024)

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Created February 1, 2007, Updated February 19, 2017