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Hairgel

A gel (from the lat. gelu —freezing, cold, ice or gelatus —frozen, immobile) is a solid, jelly-like material that can have properties ranging from soft and weak to hard and tough. Gels are defined as a substantially dilute cross-linked system, which exhibits no flow when in the steady

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The abbreviation GEL may refer to: GEL : General Extension Language , scripts used to configure the Code Composer Studio , an IDE for Texas Instruments DSPs and GPPs. GEL : The initials of Georgian lari . See also gel (disambiguation) . This disambiguation page lists articles associated

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Drug Facts: 2% Neutar Solubilized, Anti-dandruff. 0.5% Coal Tar Extract, Anti-seborrheic dermatitis, Anti-psoriasis [ edit ] See also Baldness treatments [ edit ] References www.tgel.com Official web site This product article is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding

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size and charge. Using an electric field, molecules (such as DNA) can be made to move through a gel made of agar . The molecules being sorted are dispensed into a well in the gel material. The gel is placed in an electrophoresis chamber, which is then connected to a power source. When the

Sol-gel print that page

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The sol gel process, also known as chemical solution deposition , is a wet-chemical technique widely used in the fields of materials science and ceramic engineering . Such methods are used primarily for the fabrication of materials (typically a metal oxide ) starting from a chemical solution

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MAGIChips, also known as Microarrays of Gel -immobilized Compounds' on a chip or Three-dimensional DNA Microarrays are devices for molecular hybridization produced by immobilizing oligonucleotides , DNA , enzymes , antibodies , and other compounds on a photopolymerized micromatrix of polyacrylamide

Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis print that page

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and CBS Scientific; a system for TGGE is available from Biometra. [ edit ] Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis DNA has a negative charge, and so in the presence of an electric field, will move to the positive electrode. A gel is a molecular mesh, with holes roughly the same size as

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A gel is a complex solid but fluid substance with liquid-like properties. Gel may also refer to: In personal care Hair gel , a gel used for setting hair styles Shower gel , a cosmetic body wash Personal lubricant used for sex purpose Hair colouring gel , a form of hair dye

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/25 13:20:26

Electrophoretic mobility shift assay print that page

An electrophoretic mobility shift assay (EMSA) or mobility shift electrophoresis , also referred as a gel shift assay , gel mobility shift assay , band shift assay , or gel retardation assay , is a common affinity electrophoresis technique used to study protein–DNA or protein – RNA

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Many brands of hair gel in North America and the United Kingdom come in numbered variants. Higher numbered gels maintain a greater "hold" on hair, while lower numbers do not make the hair as stiff and in some products give the hair a wet look. A category typically referred to as "ethnic