What is electrophoresis?

Electrophoresis is the movement of charged particles in an electric field toward either the anode or the cathode; used as a means of separating substances in a medium.
paper e. The migration of charged particles along a strip of filter paper, saturated with a few drops of an electrolyte, when a potential gradient is placed across the paper.
thin-layer e. The movement of charged particles through a thin layer of an inert
material such as cellulose.

Electrophoresis Электрофорез…

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