calibration curve


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calibration curve

[′kal·ə‚brā·shən ‚kərv]
(engineering)
A plot of calibration data, giving the correct value for each indicated reading of a meter or control dial.
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Results for IgA to pertussis toxin were calculated as arbitrary ELISA units according to a calibration curve of a serially, double-diluted, positive standard.
LCsolution's assistant bar provides easy navigation between operation modes; data explorer enables quick data searching; and Wizard functions allow easy parameter settings, including peak integration and calibration curve information.
A calibration curve was constructed using discrete blends of PDLLA and PLLA, and was applied to the composition gradients using a sophisticated suite of software packages to yield a reliable, efficient, high-throughput method for characterizing polymer composition gradients.
A calibration curve is produced for each organism, in which the time to detection is directly proportional to the growth rate and indicative of real-time microbial activity.
Using a simple calibration curve for rough quantification, the detection limit was 0.
TotalCal allows for four NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) calibration films to be stored and a calibration curve is generated across the system's entire range.
A calibration curve of gallic acid was plotted as absorbance vs.
However, tri-level controls from an independent manufacturer can provide quality control for this critical region and validate the adaption of the predefined calibration curve to the analyzer.
We determined the concentration of IGF-1 by use of the peak area ratio and the equation of the line from the nonweighted linear regression of the calibration curve ([r.
In their final investigations the researchers studied the effects of DNA volume, the amount of DNA, drawing of calibration curve, limit of detection (LOD), repeatability (RSD%), interruption effect, and the determination of DNA amount in the real sample.
It is impossible to create an accurate calibration curve based on the varves if you do not know precisely how big the gaps in the soil are.
The anti-oxidative capacity of the sample is measured by comparison with a calibration curve.