aureus it was possible to amplify concentrations of up to [10.sup.2] UFC [mL.sup.-1] (corresponding to a DNA concentration of 1.63 [micro]g [mL.sup.-1]) showing that the detection limit
With this new tandem GCMS technology (also known as GC/MS/MS or triple quadrupole GCMS), GC-ECD detection limits
This unusual property can have significant implications for inference about the population geometric mean when the data in the sample is left-censored due to a detection limit
In the first approach, minimum detection limits
are defined by the monitoring defect, and the standard deviation is defined by the difference between the monitoring and critical defects.
However, the baseline noise increased apparently when the applied voltage exceeded 25 kV, which can make the detection limits
coli from wet menu to fingertip was measured above the detection limit
at 24 hours.
However, there would be low detection limits
if there are small amounts of the biomarker as the fluorescent light would not be clear.
A discussion of some of the recent developments in biosensors follows, addressing the challenges related to detection limit
, detection time, and specificity.
To evaluate the detection limit
of our approach, a probit analysis was performed by repetition of the detection (N = 12) of vaccinia virus strain Lister Elstree.
(2005) during the data-collection period of this study had a detection limit
of 0.1 [micro]g/filter that translates to < 0.1 [micro]g/[m.sup.3] for any lower value.
Designed for ultrapure water applications in the pharmaceutical, microelectronics and power industries, it is a reagentless system with a detection limit
of 0.03 ppb.
Selected Aroclors in transformer oil were analyzed by GC-ECD to determine a detection limit
of PCBs, as Aroclors, in the transformer oil.