Capillary electrophoresis is a desirable method for this assay because it requires very small samples and yields good separation.
What does ELP stand for?
ELP stands for Electrophoresis
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Tokyo, Japan, Sept 6, 2005 - (JCNN) - The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) has developed a fully automated two-dimensional electrophoresis system in collaboration with the Tokyo University of Technology, Sharp, Toppan Printing and Astellas Pharma.
Epidemiologic investigations were facilitated by the transmission of electronic images (Tagged Image Files) of pulsed-field gel electrophoresis profiles.
The 3100 Genetic Analyzer, priced in the same range as the 377 DNA Sequencer, is a 16-capillary electrophoresis system that enables customers to perform both sequencing and fragment analysis on a system designed for medium-to-high-throughput needs.
A standard technique for separating DNA pieces of different sizes, electrophoresis relies on an electric field to gently draw charged DNA particles of varying sizes down a gel.