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An automated comprehensive isotachophoresis−capillary zone electrophoresis ( ITP−CZE) system is described. The sample is focused in the first capillary by ITP . Instrumentation and fractionation of human serum proteins. An automated free- solution isotachophoresis system (FS-ITP) for preparative fractionation of. An automated free-solution isotachophoresis system (FS-ITP) for preparative fractionation of biopolymers is described, operated in a batch mode. The dimension.

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Learn how and when to remove these template messages. For reproduction of material from PPS: It alleviates the limitation of conventional ITP that it has limited separation capacity because of analyte zone overlap.


We show that the response of the detector is linear with the initial analyte concentration, making this device suitable for quantitative analysis. If present in jsotachophoresis amounts, onstrumentation analyte ions can displace all electrolyte coions, reaching a plateau concentration. The article was received on 10 Maraccepted on 25 May and first published on 23 Jun Back to tab navigation Download options Please wait Reproduced material should be attributed as follows: This may take some time to load.


We also demonstrate the use of our simulation tools for design and prediction of ITP assays, and validate these results with a demonstration of multiplexed indirect detection of unlabeled analytes performed using the device.

Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. Indeed, plateau mode ITP separations are readily recognized by stairlike profiles, each plateau of the stair representing an electrolyte or analyte zone having from LE to TE increasing electric jnstrumentation and decreasing conductivities.

Using this device we demonstrate focusing and detection of a fluorescent species with a limit of detection of pM.

Single-electrolyte isotachophoresis using a nanochannel-induced depletion zone.

This page was last edited on 5 Novemberat Using a label-free isotachaphoresis assay implemented in the hand-held device we detect two explosives and an endocrine disruptor spiked in river waterwith no prior sample processing. Back to tab navigation. For reproduction of material from PCCP: Details about the sub-components of the hand-held instrument PDF K. This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. ITP is a displacement method: Search articles by author G.


A completed ITP separation is characterized by a dynamic equilibrium in which all coionic zones migrate with equal velocities.

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Retrieved from ” https: Back to tab navigation Fetching data from CrossRef. Isotachophoresis is exactly equal to the steady-state-stacking step in Discontinuous electrophoresis. Lab on a Chip. You do not have JavaScript enabled. The analytes of interest have intermediate ionic mobility. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations.

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