deproteinize

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deproteinize

[dē′prō‚tē‚nīz]
(organic chemistry)
To remove protein from a substance.
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Vystar now holds 12 international and four domestic patents related to its latex deproteinization process which results in Vytex, a natural rubber latex virtually free of allergen-causing latex proteins, thereby reducing risk of developing or experiencing allergic reactions from direct contact.
Biochemical serum markers, serum iron and serum total iron binding capacity were measured by Ferrozine-no deproteinization method by random access ADVIAA(r) 1800 Chemistry auto-analyzer.
Deproteinization techniques for HPLC amino acid analysis in fresh pork muscle and dry-cured ham.
After experiencing sequential demineralization and deproteinization, chitin is obtained that is further deacetylated to produce chitosan.
reagent kit for determination of phosphorus concentration in serum / plasma without deproteinization
Rapid determination of urea-nitrogen in serum or plasma without deproteinization. Am J Med Technol 1967; 33:361-5.
A new iron ferrozine reagent without deproteinization. Clin Chem 1984;30:975.
Deproteinization of Serum: Another best approach to eliminate all forms of bilirubin interference on serum creatinine by the Kinetic Jaffe reaction.
Deproteinization of tooth enamel surfaces to prevent white spot lesions and bracket bond failure: A revolution in orthodontic bonding.
Isolation and molecular characterization of chitinase deficient Bacillus licheniformis strains capable of deproteinization of shrimp shell waste to obtain highly viscous chitin.
Thus, in spite of both raw chitins were from crab shells, the structure of the polysaccharide could significantly vary as a function of animal source (species, parts, etc.) as well as conditions and quality of demineralization and deproteinization stages [36].
Deproteinization using acetonitrile was carried out due to the fact that SF and DC are - 61-65% [27] and -99% [28] bound to human plasma proteins, respectively, followed by a neat SPE procedure employing Water 20-positions Extraction Manifold with SPE cartridges (Sep-Pak[R] Vac C18) which was considered as a reliable and fast technique for determination of SF and DC in human plasma samples.