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Featured Articles

  • Specific glutamic acid residues in targeted proteins induce exaggerated retardations in Phos-tag SDS-PAGE migration

    Specific glutamic acid residues in targeted proteins induce exaggerated retardations in Phos‐tag SDS‐PAGE migration

    Eiji Kinoshita, Emiko Kinoshita-Kikuta, Kiyonobu Karata, Toshiki Kawano, Atsuhiro Nishiyama, Morihisa Yamato, Tohru Koike 10.1002/elps.201700520 Vol.38, Iss.8, p.1139-1146

  • Tiny protein detection using pressure through solid-state nanopores

    Tiny protein detection using pressure through solid‐state nanopores

    Ji Li, Rui Hu, Xiaoqing Li, Xin Tong, Dapeng Yu, Qing Zhao 10.1002/elps.201700410 Vol.38, Iss.8, p.1130-1138

  • Investigation of the role of template features on the electrically induced structure formation (EISF) for a faithful duplication

    Investigation of the role of template features on the electrically induced structure formation (EISF) for a faithful duplication

    Hongmiao Tian, Jinyou Shao, Xiaoliang Chen, Wei Jiang, Li Wang, Yucheng Ding 10.1002/elps.201700032 Vol.38, Iss.8, p.1105-1112

  • In-capillary approach to eliminate SDS interferences in antibody analysis by capillary electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry

    In‐capillary approach to eliminate SDS interferences in antibody analysis by capillary electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry

    Laura Sánchez-Hernández, Cristina Montealegre, Steffen Kiessig, Bernd Moritz, Christian Neusüß 10.1002/elps.201600464 Vol.38, Iss.7, p.1044-1054

  • Modular fluidic resistors to enable widely tunable flow rate and fluidic switching period in a microfluidic oscillator

    Modular fluidic resistors to enable widely tunable flow rate and fluidic switching period in a microfluidic oscillator

    Van Bac Dang, Sung-Jin Kim 10.1002/elps.201600495 Vol.38, Iss.7, p.977-982

  • Logic digital fluidic in miniaturized functional devices: Perspective to the next generation of microfluidic lab-on-chips

    Logic digital fluidic in miniaturized functional devices: Perspective to the next generation of microfluidic lab‐on‐chips

    Qiongdi Zhang, Ming Zhang, Lyas Djeghlaf, Jeanne Bataille, Jean Gamby, Anne-Marie Haghiri-Gosnet, Antoine Pallandre 10.1002/elps.201600429 Vol.38, Iss.7, p.953-976

  • Interference-free mass spectrometric detection of capillary isoelectric focused proteins, including charge variants of a model monoclonal antibody

    Interference‐free mass spectrometric detection of capillary isoelectric focused proteins, including charge variants of a model monoclonal antibody

    Jens Hühner, Kevin Jooß, Christian Neusüß 10.1002/elps.201600457 Vol.38, Iss.6, p.914-921

  • Systematic assessment of the performance of illumina's MiSeq FGx™ forensic genomics system

    Systematic assessment of the performance of illumina's MiSeq FGx™ forensic genomics system

    Nouran Almalki, Hoi Yan Chow, Vishakha Sharma, Katie Hart, Donald Siegel, Elisa Wurmbach 10.1002/elps.201600352 Vol.38, Iss.6, p.846-854

  • Assessment of disulfide and hinge modifications in monoclonal antibodies

    Assessment of disulfide and hinge modifications in monoclonal antibodies

    Bernd Moritz, Jan Olaf Stracke 10.1002/elps.201600425 Vol.38, Iss.6, p.769-785

  • Confinement effects on electroconvective instability

    Confinement effects on electroconvective instability

    Mathias B. Andersen, Karen M. Wang, Jarrod Schiffbauer, Ali Mani 10.1002/elps.201600438 Vol.38, Iss.5, p.702-711

  • Steady-state protein focusing in carrier ampholyte based isoelectric focusing: Part I—Analytical solution

    Steady‐state protein focusing in carrier ampholyte based isoelectric focusing: Part I—Analytical solution

    Jaesool Shim, Kisoo Yoo, Prashanta Dutta 10.1002/elps.201600438 Vol.38, Iss.5, p.659-666

  • Langevin dynamcis simulations of driven polymer translocation into a cross-linked gel

    Langevin dynamcis simulations of driven polymer translocation into a cross‐linked gel

    David Sean, Gary W. Slater 10.1002/elps.201600438 Vol.38, Iss.5, p.653-658

  • Specific glutamic acid residues in targeted proteins induce exaggerated retardations in Phos‐tag SDS‐PAGE migration
  • Tiny protein detection using pressure through solid‐state nanopores
  • Investigation of the role of template features on the electrically induced structure formation (EISF) for a faithful duplication
  • In‐capillary approach to eliminate SDS interferences in antibody analysis by capillary electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry
  • Modular fluidic resistors to enable widely tunable flow rate and fluidic switching period in a microfluidic oscillator
  • Logic digital fluidic in miniaturized functional devices: Perspective to the next generation of microfluidic lab‐on‐chips
  • Interference‐free mass spectrometric detection of capillary isoelectric focused proteins, including charge variants of a model monoclonal antibody
  • Systematic assessment of the performance of illumina's MiSeq FGx™ forensic genomics system
  • Assessment of disulfide and hinge modifications in monoclonal antibodies
  • Confinement effects on electroconvective instability
  • Steady‐state protein focusing in carrier ampholyte based isoelectric focusing: Part I—Analytical solution
  • Langevin dynamcis simulations of driven polymer translocation into a cross‐linked gel

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