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Electrical Field-Flow Fractionation of Proteins

Science  21 Apr 1972:
Vol. 176, Issue 4032, pp. 296-298
DOI: 10.1126/science.176.4032.296

Abstract

Protein separation has been achieved by electrical field-flow fractionation, a heretofore unrealized separation technique. Some advantages of this method relative to electrophoresis are the low voltage required, the lack of adverse heating and support effects, and the existence of the method as an elution technique. A comparison of theoretical and experimental retention shows good agreement.

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