Fine Art Print
Electrophoresis is a common technique in which nucleic acids or proteins are separated within a gel matrix according to their ability to migrate when placed in an electric field. The larger the protein or DNA, the slower it migrates. Tracking dyes are used to visualize the movement of the molecules, and once migration is complete, the molecules are stained to reveal their locations.
Fine art giclee prints are created using museum quality, archival materials. With a professional Canon imagePROGRAF photography printer, vibrant pigment inks are deposited onto lush Somerset Velvet, 100% cotton rag paper. The lightly textured heavy weight paper gives the look and feel of an original watercolor painting, and with the archival longevity of up to 200 years!