medical Definition of isoelectric point
- Proteins migrate to the pH region corresponding to their isoelectric point, where they become immobilized because of a zero net charge.
- —David R. Burwasser, Technical Survey, 20 Mar. 1982
- Pyrogenic exotoxin C is characterized by an isoelectric point of 7.2 …
- —Steven E. Schutzer et al., Science, 15 April 1983