Electrophoresis is a scientific principle where particles suspended in a fluid which is subjected to a stable magnetic field will migrate in a single direction.

In many medical tests, this technique is used to separate proteins from other materials in a sample. It is particularly useful in the research of DNA and RNA and can show how proteins bind to those molecules. It is capable of separating proteins by size, density and purity.

Electrophoresis at Wikipedia

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