First-dimension separation with the MicroRotoforTM cell prior to SDS-PAGE and LC-MS/MS analysis
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Free-flow isoelectric focusing (IEF) is a gel-free method for separating proteins based on their isoelectric point (pl) in a liquid environment and in the presence of carrier ampholytes. this method has been used with the RotoforTM cell at the preparative scale to fractionate proteins from samples containing several hundred milligrams of protein; see the refeences listed in Bio-Rad bulletin 3152. the MicroRotofor cell applies the same method to much sl=maller protein samples without dilution, separating and recoverng milligram quantities of protein in a total volume of about 2 ml.