GE IPGphor/Multiphor Isoelectric Focusing Systems

Isoelectric focusing (IEF) systems are used for: the fractionation of complex biological samples in pathway and systems analysis; quantitation of protein effector molecules; elucidation of protein modifications; and sample clean-up for ongoing analysis. It is used in conjunction with immobilised pH gradients of length 7cm, 13cm, or 18cm for broad range pH3-10, mid range pH4-7, 6-11, or narrow range with 0.01pH unit separating power. This can be the first step of 2D electrophoresis and is typically followed by a 2nd dimension using molecular mass to fractionate further (see SDS-PAGE).

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Dr Valerie Wasinger

Position: Senior Research Scientist
Category: Academic Staff

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