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aliquot

1. Maths of, signifying, or relating to an exact divisor of a quantity or number
2. consisting of equal quantities
3. an aliquot part

aliquot

[′al·ə‚kwät]
(chemistry)
A part of a sample that has been divided into exactly equal parts with no remainder.
(mathematics)
A divisor that divides a quantity into equal parts with no remainder.
(medicine)
A representative sample of a larger quantity.
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The results of measurements in the baseline aliquots and in those containing increasing levels of cell-free hemoglobin were evaluated by Student's paired T test and direct comparison with the desirable specifications for total error, as recommended by Ricos et al (11).
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.
We developed and validated a semiautomated tissue-splitting technique, tissue milling and division (TMAD), [3] that processes tissue into fine homogeneous powder that can be divided into identical aliquots for differential extraction.
Students follow a general transformation protocol (such as BIOTECH Project, The University of Arizona) but will first aliquot the "transforming factor" into five separate aliquots and treat each one with 1 [micro]l of the appropriate enzyme or control.
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).
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare the preparation costs of two common methods used for neonatal red blood cell transfusion aliquots.
Duplicate aliquots of each sample were treated with 10% trichloroacetic acid and sedimented at 1,000 x g for 15 min to precipitate macromolecules.
Using aliquots from the bulk solutions, 2 molal glycerol and 2 molal sucrose solutions were prepared.
The method comprises administering to the subject from two to four aliquots of modified mammalian blood, with the administration of any pair of consecutive treatments either being on consecutive days or being separated by a rest period of l to 21 days.
Additional aliquots from six bottles of RM 8504, selected according to a stratified random sampling scheme, were analyzed by GC-ECD equipped with not only a DB-5 capillary column (described above) but also one with a relatively non-polar stationary phase (DB-XLB, J & W Scientific, Folsom, CA).