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Explore High-Quality Automated Electrophoresis for Protein Analysis

Explore High-Quality Automated Electrophoresis for Protein Analysis
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Sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) is a crucial tool for protein QC, often used despite its drawbacks like lengthy, manual processes that may yield inaccurate quantification results.

Automated capillary electrophoresis (CE), unlike SDS-PAGE, uses gel-filled capillaries with automated rejuvenation post-run, ensuring consistent runs and more accurate, dependable protein analysis results. 

In this technical overview, quality assessment of different proteins was compared between automated CE-SDS using the ProteoAnalyzer and conventional SDS-Page.

Download this Tech Note to explore:

  • A comparison of CE-SDS to conventional protein analysis
  • How CE-SDS achieves accurate protein sizing 
  • A rapid workflow for protein analysis and impurity detection

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