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eluate

[′el·yə‚wāt]
(chemistry)
The solution that results from the elution process.
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Concentration of lead (Pb) in different fractions untreated bottom ash eluate
Hypergammaglobulinemia can be associated with a positive direct antiglobulin test, a nonreactive eluate, and no evidence of hemolysis.
Therefore, tea components in both dried tea leaves as described next and eluates that are described in Section (Green tea infusion at room temperature and measurement of tea components by HPLC) were measured by HPLC.
All urine samples and DNA eluates were registered at the Regional Biobank of Central Norway and stored at -80[degrees]C.
The temperature of the sample decreased from 70[degrees]C to 30[degrees]C during the first five minutes as the first eluate was collected.
The patient's serum adsorption method with platelets and a study of the eluate as a confirmatory test were suggested to confirm the hypothesis.
The concentration of fluoride ions of eluates of each experimental GICs and RMGICs was assayed by means of an electrode potential of ion specific electrode (WTW, F 500) in combination with referent electrode R503 / D, for all ion selective electrodes series 500.
In contrast, the quick boil method is complete in 5 min and the eluate is ready immediately for PCR.
From the data obtained, it can be concluded that using magnetic beads for viral nucleic acid extraction from minipool samples is feasible as a manual process, shows high sensitivity, and offers the possibility to perform different PCR assays from one sample eluate.
Determination of waste eco-toxicity intended for permanent disposal or some other phase of disposal has been conducted by examining the composition of its eluate received by simulating the sieving of water through the waste, and the final results showed that the slag does not contain constituent, which might in any way affect the environment harmfully, thus that it can be disposed of at non-hazardous waste disposal site;
The membrane bounded adenoviruses were then, after incubation for 10 min in elution buffer, centrifuged at 500 g for 5 min and the adenovirus containing eluate was collected.
Residuals were extracted in an eluate by placing the plaques in 20 ml of purified water at 37[degrees]C for 24 hours.