Acrylamide gel, Biology

Acrylamide gel is a polymer gel used for electrophoresis of DNA or protein to measure their sizes (in the daltons for proteins, or in base pairs for DNA). See "Gel electrophoresis". Acrylamide gels are particularly useful for high-resolution separations of DNA in the range of tens to hundreds of nucleotides in length.

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