deproteinize

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deproteinize

[dē′prō‚tē‚nīz]
(organic chemistry)
To remove protein from a substance.
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Resolution of the interference is obtained by diluting the sample or removing the plasma proteins via various deproteinization methods (5, 7).
Here we employed a minimal sample preparation steps to avoid the loss of endogenous metabolites, including deproteinization with methanol, centrifugation and dilution before analysis.
This method was adapted from Xie et al [5] and is a partial demineralization and deproteinization.
Homogenization with protease inhibitors in water or in organic acids for deproteinization aims to extract the hydrophilic peptides while the highly hydrophobics are often recovered by employing organic solvents.
announced today that the Company will present " The Non Enzymatic Deproteinization of Natural Rubber Latex (DPNRL) Enabling the Greater Versatility in End Product Applications, " detailing the benefits of its Vytex NRL technology in end product applications at the prestigious India Rubber Expo & Tyre Show January 22 - 24[sup.
India; "Kinetics of peroxide vulcanization of natural rubber," Siby Varghese and Rejitha Rajan, RRII Rubber Board, India; "Natural rubber challenges of growth in India," Stephen Evans, IRSG; and "The non-enzymatic deproteinization of natural rubber latex (DPNRL) enabling the treater versatility of end product applications," W.
i) Urinary creatinine measurement (12); kinetic determination of creatinine without deproteinization.
In line with today's industrial processes, three steps are required to isolate chitin from a source crustacean: demineralization, deproteinization and the elimination of lipids and pigments (Figure 2).