Volume 4 in the series covers current electrophoretic techniques directly applicable in the lab, particularly where research on proteins and nucleic acids is conducted. Scientists using electrophoretic techniques will appreciate how the series keeps them up-to-date with the rapid developments currently being made in this field. Topics treated include * protein sequence analysis by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis * enzyme analysis by pore gradient gel electrophoresis * DNA analysis in electrophoresis gels and blots * studies of mutations with two-dimensional electrophoresis * studies of conformational transitions and mutations in nucleic acids and proteins by temperature-gradient gel electrophoresis * pulsed field gel electrophoresisTroubleshooting (cont.) ... Protein bands appear fuzzy on the filter After injection of the peptide solution into HPLC, recorder pen goes off-scale and does not come back down No peaks appear in HPLC, flat baseline No peaks appear in HPLC, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Advances in Electrophoresis|
|Author||:||Andreas Chrambach, Michael J. Dunn, Bertold J. Radola|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Blackwell - 1991-01-18|