Electrokinetic Phenomena emphasizes the impact of methods such as capillary zone electrophoresis, capillary electrochromatography, and capillary gel electrophoresis on the analysis of biomolecules. This reference reveals the electrokinetic phenomena that underlie high-performance electro-based analytical tools and vividly depicts how electrodriven analytical tools revolutionize and expedite chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnological analysis. An authoritative overview, the book provides effective pathways for large-scale biomedical applications and describes how microfabricated and automated devices enhance and accelerate the analysis of biologically important molecules.
“This book provides an excellent summary of contemporary electrophoretic techniques and methodologies currently in widespread use in analytical chemistry. … The chapters are written by one or several experts in the field who come from both academia and industry. Individually, they provide thorough, up-to-date, and well-referenced treatments of specialized topics. … The book should be of considerable value to all investigators who use electrophoresis in their research or in the classroom, which represents a significant fraction of analytical, biophysical, and biochemists. … I think it is an excellent book that everyone who works in the field of electrophoresis will want to either own or have access too. It has my enthusiastic endorsement.”
— Stuart Allison, Georgia State University, in J. AM. CHEM. SOC., Vol. 126, No. 21, 2004
“The editors … have succeeded in getting top experts as authors, [guaranteeing] consistently high quality of the individual chapters, which are all written in a very clear and understandable style. … I can recommend this book without reservation to everyone who already has some experience with capillary electrophoresis.”
— Angewandte Chemie, June 2004
Migration of sample components in capillary analytical techniques - chromatography, electrophoresis, and electrochromatography, Anurag S. Rathore; methods development for capillary electrophoresis with emphasis on small molecules, Robert Weinberger; capillary isoelectric focusing, Ferenc Kilar; capillary gel electrophoresis and related microseparation techniques Andras Guttman; affinity capillary electrophoresis, Vadim M. Okun and Ernst Kenndler; electroosmotic mobility and conductivity in microchannels, Emily Wen, Anurag S. Rathore and Csaba Horvath; factors influencing performance in capillary electrochromatography on silica columns, Keith D. Bartle and Peter Myers; effects of pore flow on separation efficiency in capillary electrochromatography with porous particles, Remco Stol and Wim Th. Kok; ultrashort-column capillary electrochromatography, Takao Tsuda; microstructure and in-silico developments for high-sensitivity proteomics research, Thomas Laurell, Johan Nilsson and Gyorgy Marko-Varga; micro chemical processing on microchips, Yoshikuni Kikutani and Takehiko Kitamori; micropreparative applications and on-line sample treatment, Julia Khandurina; NMR detection in capillary electrophoresis and capillary electrochromatography, Dimuthu A. Jayawickrama, Andrew M. Wolters and Jonathan V. Sweedler; applications of capillary electrochromatography, V.T. Remcho, Gabriela S. Chirica, Stacey L. Clark and Angela Doneau; clinical applications of microfluidic devices, Joan M. Bienvenue, James Karlinsey, James P. Landers and Jerome P. Ferrance.