A size-dependent chromatography technique used to separate large double-stranded DNA molecules. In slalom chromatography, the progression of the DNA fragments through the closed column packing follows a flow direction fancifully likened to that of a skier racing down a slalom course.
Slalom chromatography is based on hydrodynamic phenomena rather than on adsorption or equilibrium phenomena.
Reference Anal. Chem., 2002, 74 (6), pp 1217–1222