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I need to copare and contrast gel electrophoresis and paper strip electrophoresis... I know what both of them are, but I need to explain in terms of the charges on the proteins.. and I need to describe the polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis method in terms of mobility???????

Thanks for any help!! I procrastinated...

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