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Spatial and temporal depletion of ions from noncrosslinked denaturing polyacrylamide in capillary electrophoresis.

Electrical conductivity across a polyacrylamide-filled capillary decreases during the separation of DNA sequencing fragments. This conductivity decrease is localized to the first few centimeters at the injection (negative) end of the capillary; no conductivity change is noted at the detection (positive) end of the capillary. The zone of decreased conductivity extends further into the capillary as the separation proceeds. The zone is most important for freshly prepared capillaries; capillaries used nine days after polymerization generate an insignificant current drop. The data are consistent with ionic depletion due to differences in transport numbers between the separation medium and the buffer reservoirs.[1]


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