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analyte

[′an·ə‚līt]
(analytical chemistry)
The sample being analyzed.
The science of chemical characterization and measurement; qualitative analysis is concerned with the description of chemical composition in terms of elements, compounds, or structural units, whereas quantitative analysis is concerned with the measurement of amount.
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Analyte measurement across species is important for making appropriate comparisons between results from animal models and human clinical studies.
In addition, it has been shown to be capable of greater than 10 000-fold concentration of a dilute analyte.
The unit of measure mg/L should be used only when referring to SI units or when national or international guidelines require or recommend that the concentration of an analyte be expressed in that unit of measure, such as for high-sensitivity C-reactive protein.
This initiative seeks to encourage technology developments to address three interrelated components of metabolomics: (1) sample collection, extraction, recovery and validation for specific classes of metabolites; (2) analyte detection, identification, quantification, and structure elucidation; and (3) and data management, reduction and analysis.
In such cases the molar extinction and quantum yield of the fluorophore is the same for the analyte and the reference material and the fluorescence radiance from both is proportional to the relative number of fluorophores.
public health by making STD testing convenient, confidential and faster than alternative brick and mortar options," noted Analyte Health President and CEO Sridhar Murthy.
SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS 1 Chemical Sensor Demand by Type 63 2 Electrochemical Sensor Demand 66 3 Potentiometric Electrochemical Sensor Demand 67 4 Potentiometric Electrochemical Sensor Demand by Analyte 68 5 Potentiometric Electrochemical Sensor Demand by Market 70 6 Amperometric Electrochemical Sensor Demand 73 7 Conductometric Electrochemical Sensor Demand 78 8 Other Electrochemical Sensor Demand 79 9 Optical Chemical Sensor Demand 81 10 Infrared Chemical Sensor Demand 83 11 Other Optical Chemical Sensor Demand by Analyte & Market 87 12 Other Optical Chemical Sensor Demand by Type 89 13 Semiconductor Sensor Demand 93 14 Pellistor/Catalytic Bead Sensor Demand 97 15 Other Chemical Sensor Demand 102
sandwich assays), this generally implying the capture of approximately 40%-50% and 90%, respectively, of the analyte in a sample.
Standards and chemical calibrants placed at intervals in an analytical batch enable checks to be made that the response of the analytical process to the analyte is stable.
A contrary view was presented that reproducible, high-quality spectra could be generated by simply grinding together (in a mortar and pestle or with a ball mill) the matrix, analyte and salt to form a powder with particles on the scale of tens of micrometers in diameter.
An ideal internal standard is both physiologically unique relative to the composition of the test specimen and physicochemically identical to the analyte, such that recovery, separation, and ionization in each specimen are controlled and corrected: the perfect analytical control for each specimen.
Qualitative analysis deals with the identification of a pure substance, of an analyte (component of interest) in a matrix or of components in a mixture.

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