binding fraction

binding fraction

[′bīnd·iŋ ‚frak·shən]
(nuclear physics)
The ratio of the binding energy of a nucleus to the atomic mass number.
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The heparin binding fraction was purified and applied to size exclusion columns with a cut-off of 10 kDa, 30kDa, and 100 kDa, respectively, to further concentrate and separate the fractions by protein size (Figure 6(a)).
The heparin binding fraction was purified from heparin columns and protein concentration columns with different cutoffs were used to further separate the fractions by protein size.
Additionally, to identify those patients with normal vs abnormal binding fractions, both total and free phenytoin concentration measurements would have to be done on every new patient and at every point when the clinical status of the patient changed, to verify if the FPF had changed.