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Gels are a jelly-like substance, mostly liquid in composition, but having solid-like properties due to a cross-linked network within the liquid. In the pharmaceutical industry, proteins and nucleic acids may be suspended in agarose or polyacrylamide gels, which are typically stained with ultraviolet dyes for effective imaging in the laboratory. Gels are frequently more

Gels are a jelly-like substance, mostly liquid in composition, but having solid-like properties due to a cross-linked network within the liquid. In the pharmaceutical industry, proteins and nucleic acids may be suspended in agarose or polyacrylamide gels, which are typically stained with ultraviolet dyes for effective imaging in the laboratory. Gels are frequently used in dressings, providing a moist environment that promotes healing, or as a drug delivery method (semi-solid dosage form) with active ingredients typically suspended in a gel and applied to the skin.

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