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Electrophoreses are the most important components in any chemical or biological system, and they are responsible for the detection of various chemicals and biological agents, from viruses to bacteria.
The electrostatic charge of an electrochemical molecule (electron) that is attracted to another atom of a substance (electrochemical charge) determines its ability to bind to that molecule and react with that substance.
These charges, known as “electrophoresic” charges, can be used in a wide range of biological and chemical reactions, from biological and pharmaceutical compounds to electrical conductors and other electrochemical components.
In addition to their role in biological and biologic processes, they can also be used to detect chemicals and agents in the environment, as well as in the human body.
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