Isoelectric Point Separations of Peptides and Proteins
AbstractThe separation of ampholytic components according to isoelectric point has played an important role in isolating, reducing complexity and improving peptide and protein detection. This brief review outlines the basics of isoelectric focusing, including a summary of the historical achievements and considerations in experimental design. Derivative methodologies of isoelectric focusing are also discussed including common detection methods used. Applications in a variety of fields using isoelectric point based separations are provided as well as an outlook on the field for future studies. View Full-Text
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Pergande, M.R.; Cologna, S.M. Isoelectric Point Separations of Peptides and Proteins. Proteomes 2017, 5, 4.
Pergande MR, Cologna SM. Isoelectric Point Separations of Peptides and Proteins. Proteomes. 2017; 5(1):4.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pergande, Melissa R.; Cologna, Stephanie M. 2017. "Isoelectric Point Separations of Peptides and Proteins." Proteomes 5, no. 1: 4.
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