Electrophoresis is an analytical method used for separation of molecules. Electrophoresis is used to separate proteins, DNA fragments, RNA fragments and some small organelles. The principle involved in this technique is applying charge to sample for migrating from one end to another end based on their size and charge. Polyacrylamide and Agarose gels are used for the separation of molecules. Protein electrophoresis is often performed in the presence of a charged detergent like sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) which usually equalizes the surface charge.
Related Journals of Electrophoresis
ELECTROPHORESIS, Enliven: Bio analytical Techniques, Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques, Journal of Analytical Science and Technology, Journal of Applied Bioanalysis, Journal of Applied Biomedicine, Journal of Bioanalytical techniques