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buffer solution

[′bəf·ər sə′lü·shən]
(chemistry)
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It should be noted that we have also tried to insulate the QTF electrodes to perform the measurements directly in buffer solutions, as was suggested by Su et al.
The obtained solution was centrifuged at 15 294g for25min at 4 [degrees]C, after which the supernatant was discarded and 1 mL storage buffer solution 2 was added to the AuNP conjugate to be resuspended.
Channeled whelk responded to odorant solutions prepared from horseshoe crab eggs with Tris buffer solution, as well as the recombined molecular weight fractions (i.
0 -- BcBS = bicarbonate buffer solution; DEABS = diethanolamine buffer solution; and MEABS = methylaminoethanol buffer solution.
The 50 percent resisting leaching in the buffer solution is considered to arise from more insoluble ethanolamine-copper-wood complexes.
Incubation in hydrogen peroxide for 5 minutes, followed by a rinse in buffer solution.
Cells harvested at the desired periods of growth were centrifuged at 15,000 x g for 10 min, chilled, and washed with 100 mM Tris-HCl buffer solution (pH 7.
Germination conditions were the same as those used to determine the effect of temperature on germination, except that seeds were incubated on sterile filter paper moistened with 4 mL of sterile buffer solution instead of water.
Medical grade polysulfone HFC-39 couplings are a cost-effective replacement for expensive, heavy staniless steel connectors or fittings in applications such as harvest and collection, buffer solution, bioprocessing lines and more.
The control group received only phosphate buffer solution in each stage of injection.
The swelling behavior of hydrogels was evaluated by gravimetric method in the buffer solution by simulating parameters in respect to biological environment, namely pH and temperature.
The device consists of three electrodes, a buffer solution, a piece of paper (or nitrocellulose) and a plastic dish.