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eluate

[′el·yə‚wāt]
(chemistry)
The solution that results from the elution process.
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After collection, chemical analysis of each collected eluate of heavy metals (Cd, Pb, Cr, Ni, Zn, Cu) leached from (bio)char using leaching test was measured with FAAS or GFAAS.
In the sequence of the colorimetric method, an aliquot of the eluate that had been collected (3 mL for the 1:20 extraction or 100 to 600 [micro]L for the 3:20 extraction; in these latter cases, ultrapure water was pipetted to maintain a final volume of 3 mL) was mixed with 1 mL of WR (consisting of 0.
The eluates were then sent to profile and peptide sequencing by MALDI-TOF-MS (see protocols in the online Data Supplement).
In contrast, the quick boil method is complete in 5 min and the eluate is ready immediately for PCR.
1 non-hazardous NA eluate (mg/L) Total Cr in eluate 2 non-hazardous 10 m Dii-hazardous (mg/L) ND.
The swollen resin was transferred to a 25 x 400 mm glass column and washed with 2 liters of 1 N HCl, followed by water until the pH of the eluate was neutral.
The elution volume was 50 [micro]L, and 10 [micro]L of eluate was used for subsequent PCRs.
This streamlined workflow yields eluate containing pure concentrated nucleic acid that is ready for downstream use.
Fifty microliters of 3 M NaAcO was added to each eluate before drying under vacuum at ambient temperature overnight.
An eluate performed on the red blood cells from a pretransfusion sample was nonreactive with panel red blood cells.
The kit includes ready-to-use, membrane-based hardware for all steps of the purification process: lysate filtration, protein purification, eluate collection and storage.