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fluorometry

[flu̇′räm·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
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Table 2 shows LAL activities measured with UPLC-MS/MS and by fluorometry on an identical set of DBS from 10 adults.
FITC-LPS Fluorometry. To determine whether statin administration was interfering with LPS binding to the differentiated THP-1 cells, fluorescein isothiocyanate- (FITC-) conjugated LPS from E.
Fluorometry and enzyme-linked immune-assay were used to measure ZEN, FUM, and AFL concentrations.
Here, we use combined high resolution respirometry and fluorometry to simultaneously monitor oxygen consumption and [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] production by synaptosomal mitochondria and NOX.
ELISA test uses various types of enzymes such as carbonic anhydrase, glucose oxidase, and alkaline phosphatases and the result is detected by photometry or fluorometry. ELISA is used as a screening test in the treatment of various infectious diseases such as HIV, pernicious anemia, rotavirus, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and syphilis.
The 'CA-800' (pictured right) combines real corneal radii topography, keratoconus and Zernike analyses with fluorometry and infrared meibography, as well as pupillometry, all in one unit.
The new LIBR Genome Center has a Miseq sequencer (Illumina, San Diego, CA, USA) and ancillary supporting capabilities, including electrophoresis for qualification, fluorometry for quantitation, PCR for amplification, and fully functional computational analysis capabilities to perform pathogen discovery and microbial genome characterization.
The joint analysis of the data gathered by MIC determination in combination with the compounds and real-time fluorometry showed that compounds ailanthoidiol diacetate (8) and ailanthoidiol di-2ethylbutanoate (11) exhibited a modulating effect in combination with EtBr and a good capacity to enhance EtBr accumulation in S.