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What is the direction of electrophoresis? Does it go from the negative to the positive electrode or is the other way around?
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For DNA/RNA and proteins labelled with SDS, migration would occur towards the positively charged electrode.
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For DNA/RNA and proteins labelled with SDS, migration would occur towards the positively charged electrode.
What's SDS?
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What's SDS?
SDS is sodium dodecyl sulphate, it is a detergent which associates with hydrophobic regions of proteins and labels the protein with negative charge in the process.
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SDS is sodium dodecyl sulphate, it is a detergent which associates with hydrophobic regions of proteins and labels the protein with negative charge in the process.
Ahh, thanks!
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