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elution

[ē′lü·shən]
(chemistry)
The removal of adsorbed species from a porous bed or chromatographic column by means of a stream of liquid or gas.
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This news release contains certain "Forward Looking Information" and "Forward Looking Statements" within the meaning of applicable Canadian and United States securities legislation, which may include, but is not limited to, statements with respect to the future financial or operating performance of the Company and its projects, including: the ability of the Company to augment its production capabilities, completion of the elution plant, returns associated with the plant upgrades, the ability of the Company to repurchase Debentures under favorable conditions under the NCIB, and the successful utilization of the ATM.
Table 1 shows the BSA binding capacity and elution recovery of various types of RC membranes.
The methods used for simultaneous separation of Cr compounds and adenine nucleotides generally include two types of protocols: (1) isocratic elution of these compounds in an organic solvent-free buffer followed by stepwise switch to another buffer contaning acetonitrile or methanol and (2) typical gradient elution method where Cr derivatives are eluted in isocratic conditions and adenine nucleotides by organic solvent gradient elution.
The positioning of the wells allows for the delivery of different drugs to the endothelial surface or into the coronary lumen, and the total doses and elution rates can also be manipulated.
Ion-exchange chromatography revealed the elution of three main peaks along with a large amount of unbound proteins.
Running a gradient elution too fast compromises resolution and can lead to incorrect analyses.
The 12-min fraction component did not match the elution time of any of our steroid standards and remains unidentified.
After elution through the column the peak fraction continued to show anti-microbial properties in the zone-inhibition assay.
This developed method was labeled molecularly imprinted solid phase extraction - differential pulsed elution (MISPEDPE).
1) and elution with a NaCI gradient separates FRED into three broad peaks.
THE GPC ELUTION OF THE DIFFERENT COMPONENTS OF THE CULTURE MEDIUM
The so-called Elution Procedure Toxicity Test, currently accepted by the EPA, is meant to mimic landfill conditions to determine the rates at which metals and pesticides leach into groundwater.