We report the use of charge-shift electrophoresis to define the behavior of the trichothecene mycotoxin T-2 in aqueous solutions. We found that T-2 behaves in a hydrophobic manner and that this technique can be adapted for the separation of small hydrophobic molecules such as T-2 and cholesterol.
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