Electrokinetics for Biological Separation and Analysis

Minerick, A., Michigan Technological University
Henslee, E. A., University of Surrey

Electrokinetics provides a significant tool for the separation and analysis of biomolecules, and has been adapted to the microfluidic device format. The ability to study processes at the cell and molecular levels promises to provide a host of information with benefits in the area of therapeutics and drug discovery. In this session, we invite papers describing biological separations to probe chemical and biochemical responses at cellular and sub-cellular levels; proteomic technologies such as electrophoretic protein separations; novel means of detecting and quantifying proteins or analyzing specific protein classes; proteomic analysis of post-translational modifications; mass spectroscopic methods, and other related technologies.



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