deproteinize

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deproteinize

[dē′prō‚tē‚nīz]
(organic chemistry)
To remove protein from a substance.
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Standard, control and specimens were deproteinised with sulfosalicylic acid 10% and norleucine was added as internal standard.
(15) Sample was deproteinised by adding phosphotungstic acid and centrifuged at 3000 rpm for 10 minutes.
Then the polysaccharide was deproteinised with sevage reagent, a mixture of chloroform and n-butyl alcohol at a ratio of 4: 1 (v/v), dialysed against double distilled water for 48 h (Mw cut-off, 8000-14,000 kDa), and obtained by freeze-drying.
Ritthidej, "Deproteinised natural rubber used as a controlling layer membrane in reservoir-type nicotine transdermal patches," Chemical Engineering Research and Design, vol.
Separation of plasma from red cells was performed within fifteen minutes of draw and an aliquot of plasma then deproteinised using 10% by volume of 35% sulphosalicylic acid.
lot 5 different (Hemoderivat deproteinised calf blood) 200 mg (or equivalent Actovigen)
Industrial biochemicals company, cellulac, says it is the first to produce lactic acid for bioplastics from deproteinised whey in continuous production runs.
[Therapeutic effect of deproteinised calf serum enteric capsules on mild vascular cognitive impairment].
Unfortunately, pyruvate measurement is difficult to perform routinely because samples need to put on ice immediately and deproteinised.
Briefly, the samples were deproteinised by treating with equal volume of ethanol and centrifuged at 3,000 rpm for 10 minutes.
Plasma was deproteinised with phosphotungstic acid and the precipitate was treated with thiobarbituric acid at 90[degrees]C for I hour.
All the samples were collected in heparinised test tubes and were immediately deproteinised and used for glucose and insulin assays.