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By Christoph Heller (auth.), Christoph Heller (eds.)

During the decade, capillary electrophoresis has been built right into a very strong analytical method, which has many merits over traditional slab gel suggestions. the development is similar to the only occuring previous within the box of chromatography, with the creation of the excessive functionality know-how. How very important this system has be­ come, is mirrored through the shear quantity of papers released every month; in addition to a dozen of books already released in this topic. essentially the most very important meetings within the box, the "International Symposium on excessive functionality Capillary Electrophoresis" draws now approximately thousand humans each year. As capillary electrophoresis should be utilized to many various analytical difficulties, a spe­ cialization is unavoidable. This evolution is usually mirrored within the improvement of instrumen­ tation: while the 1st units have been designed for all attainable functions, new tools at the moment are outfitted, which are really expert for one specific activity, e.g. DNA research. I a great deal welcome the choice of the sequence editor and the writer, to edit a sequence ofspecialized books, protecting all elements of capillary electrophoresis. Having labored at the electrophoretic separation of DNA for a few years, i'm confident that there are such a lot of diversified points in this factor that they deserve a complete booklet on their lonesome. for that reason, i used to be chuffed to agree whilst being requested to edit this book.

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T he only hope would be the design of artifici al ge ls. made of large pore s co nnec ted by long and narrow ch ann els, wh ich could ampl ify ET; this idea is being explored [73] . 5a). 4 Nucleic Acids in Gels 37 where M* - 1/£ is the critical DNA molecular size beyond which the mobility becomes equal to the molecular size independent (limiting) mobility Il-(E) . It is the observation of the 1/MD regime [3] that historically led to the development of the reptation model [1,2] . Clearly, it is not possible to separate DNA molecules larger than M D = M* .

Video microscopy [15,26] is providing us with amazingly deta iled information about the systems under study, especially in CE [27, 28] (see also Chapter 3). Computer simulations are now able to study complex situations and to reproduce the dynamics of the DNA and the matrix observed in videom icroscopy. The oreti cal, experimental, and numerical sciences are working in conjunction. The whole field of DNA electrophoresis is now considered to be one of the great challenges of polym er science and articles on this topic are frequently published in non-biology-oriented scientific journals such as Physical Review E, Macromolecules , Journal de Physique, and Phy sical Review Letters.

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