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aliquot

(al-ee-kwoh) adj. a definite fractional share, usually applied when dividing and distributing a dead person's estate or trust assets. (See: share)

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An aliquot of the cryoprotectant medium was added to the specimen and gently mixed for 5 min.
The prepared aliquots were analyzed for the presence of formaldehyde and hydrogen peroxide by the guaiacol method; chlorine, hypochlorite, and neutralizers using rosolic acid (method A) and phenolphthalein (method B); Dornic acidity and alizarol (72% v/v) stability tests were also performed as described by Normative Instruction 68/MAPA (BRASIL, 2006).
A 200[micro]l aliquot of the culture medium was assayed for MDA according to the lipid peroxidation assay kit protocol.
One portion was serially diluted, spiked into aliquots of a plasma pool, and then analyzed immediately, avoiding overnight storage of the hemolysate; the other was frozen overnight, then thawed, serially diluted, spiked into plasma samples, and analyzed.
Therefore, the development of a universal method for dividing a clinical specimen into compositionally identical aliquots is critically important.
Its document management capability allows any type of document such as Word consent forms, spreadsheets and image files to be loaded into the LIMS and associated with LIMS objects like samples, aliquots, clinical subjects and experiments.
The levels of enterolactone in cryopreserved serum aliquots, obtained from 383 women with palpable cysts at the time of their first cyst aspiration, were measured using a time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay (TR-FIA).
gC1qR showed a capacitation-related redistribution, migrating to the acrosome region: 175 sperm in heparin-incubated aliquots vs.
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare the preparation costs of two common methods used for neonatal red blood cell transfusion aliquots.
Aliquots of suppressor standard are then added and the reduction in peak area is recorded, this continues to an evaluation point (usually to the point where amount of deposition has been inhibited by fifty percent).