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GEPGemeinschaftswerk der Evangelischen Publizistik gGmbH
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GEPGel Electrophoresis (molecular biology)
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GEPGuanine Nucleotide-Exchange Protein
GEPGroup on Environmental Performance (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development)
GEPGifted Education Programme
GEPGastro Entero Pancreatic (tumors)
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GEPGeen Enkel Probleem (Dutch: No Problem)
GEPGlobal Excess Partners (New York, NY)
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GEPGrassroots Empowerment Project (Wisconsin)
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GEPGenesis Environmental Projects (Israel)
GEPGuided Explosive Projectile (Deus Ex game)
GEPGold Electroplate
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GEPGenetic Evaluation Program
GEPGoddard Experiment Package (telescope)
GEPGroupe d'Étude du Pied
GEPGeneric Plan
GEPGeneral Election Period (US Medicare)
GEPGreen Edge Products (Canada)
GEPGrupo Especial de Policía (Guatemala)
GEPGrupo Especial Policial
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Conformation sensitive gel electrophoresis for simple and accurate detection of mutations: Comparison with denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis and nucleotide sequencing.
The search strategy included different combinations of key words such as "lipopolysaccharide", "agarose gel electrophoresis", "polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis", "mass spectrometry", "biological activity", "Limulus amoebocyte", "tumor necrosis factor", and "toll-like receptor 4" No language limits were applied.
Gel electrophoresis is a technique used to separate the DNA fragments in accordance to their size.
In this study, we carried out the fluorescence 2D DIGE technique on bovine serums to identify the pregnant-specific serum proteins between pregnant and non-pregnant bovine serums, because 2D DIGE is more sensitive and reproducible than conventional 2D gel electrophoresis technique (Gharbi et al., 2001; Marouga et al., 2005).
Detection of specific sequences among DNA fragments separated by gel electrophoresis. Journal of Molecular Biology, 95, 503-517.
The use of food dyes to demonstrate gel electrophoresis has many advantages for learning, not only in terms of availability, cost and ease of preparation but also because students can see the technique in progress during class time.
Comparison of protein A gene sequencing with pulsedfield gel electrophoresis and epidemiologic data for molecular typing of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
These systems have become a common analytical tool for molecular chemists and biochemists and have replaced slab gel electrophoresis for many applications, including the measurement of RNA and DNA sample quality, DNA fragment analysis and SDS-PAGE analysis of proteins.
Comparison of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) antigens from the 2 strains by sodium dodecyl sulfate--polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and immunoblotting showed that they differed in O-repeating units (Figure, panel B).
Used in combination with analyzing software DECODON Delta2D, the FLA-7000 can quickly and accurately examine two-dimensional gel electrophoresis.
For example, Pinar's University of Vienna colleague Astrid Michaelsen is adapting a technique known as gel electrophoresis to quickly identify, without having to culture the microbes, which fungal species are damaging old books and manuscripts.