Native gel problems

Dietmar Tietz Dietmar.Tietz at
Sat Dec 10 13:15:34 EST 1994

> : I am trying to run a native (no SDS) acrylamide gel on some basic
> : proteins. (myoglobin, hemoglobin)  I hav so far not had much luck.
> [stuff deleted]
You may want to try some of these references for additional reading:

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Tietz, D.:  Review.  Gel electrophoresis of intact subcellular 
particles.  J. Chromatogr.  418, 305-344 (1987).
Tietz, D.:  Evaluation of mobility data obtained from gel 
electrophoresis:  Strategies in the computation of particle and gel 
properties on the basis of the extended Ogston model.  Advances in 
Electrophoresis, Vol. 2, 109-169 (1988). 
Tietz, D.:  Analysis of one-dimensional gels and two-dimensional 
Serwer-type gels on basis of the extended Ogston model using personal 
computers. Electrophoresis 12, 28-39 (1991).
Tietz, D., Chrambach, A.: Concave Ferguson plots of DNA fragments and 
convex Ferguson plots of bacteriophages: evaluation of molecular and 
fiber properties, using desktop computers.  Electrophoresis 13, 286-294 
Buzas, Zs., Wheeler, D. L., Garner, M. M., Tietz, D., Chrambach, A.: 
Transverse pore gradient gel electrophoresis, using the PhastSystem.  
Electrophoresis 15, 1028-1031 (1994).
*           Dietmar Tietz, Ph.D.,  Research Scientist            *
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