isobaric


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isobaric

[¦i·sə¦bär·ik]
(thermodynamics)
Of equal or constant pressure, with respect to either space or time.
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The TMT1 Notice of Allowance in the United States is a significant milestone for Proteome Sciences because it confers valuable intellectual property around isobaric mass tagging in another major market and enables the company to approach entities using isobaric mass labels in the United States and to alert them that they can obtain licences from Proteome Sciences for the manufacture or use of any type of isobaric mass tags in their research programmes.
A similar, recently developed technique uses a different type of labeling reagent known as isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantitation (iTRAQ), which allow simultaneous analysis of up to four protein extracts using tandem MS (Aggarwal et al.
E]), either from a correlation of experimental VLE data or from a model, both for isothermal and isobaric binary systems.
Among those, the hypothesis of isobaric heating before the turbine is obviously the most doubtful.
75% bupivacaine or levobupivacaine can be used for isobaric spinal anesthesia.
The classification of the large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns in the lower troposphere was carried out at the isobaric levels of 850 and 700 hectopascal (hPa; about 1,500-3,000 m above mean sea level); the isobaric level of 700 hPa was used as auxiliary.
The effect is due to the deformation of Acadian isothermal and isobaric surfaces by the antiform al cross-fold, and does not represent a true syn-metamorphic inversion.
These include developing automated sequencing strategies of enzymatically cleaved peptides after silver complexation for protein identification (Pearlman and Siu), developing methodologies for determining sites of post- translational protein modifications, such as phosphorylation and methylation (Pearlman and Siu), developing and applying tandem mass spectrometric methods for measuring the metal-ion affinities of amino acids and peptides (Hopkinson and Siu), examining the nature of isobaric interferences in inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry (Bohme), determining the nature of particulates in the atmosphere (Hastie and Rudolph), and developing and improving rapid and automated screening protocols for combinatorial libraries of potential drug candidates (Organ).
Chapter titles: Interactions in Packaging Systems covering the laws of diffusion and solubility; Permeation Methods covering pressure-variable, volume-variable, isotatic or isobaric and standard methods; Sorption and Migration including headspace and gravimetric analysis, inverse gas chromotogarphy, thermal desorption, supercritical fluid extraction, gel permeation chromotography/HPLC, optical methods and diffusion and solubility coefficients; Packaging Migration including global and specific migration, simulants, theory of migration and recycled materials.
Challenge studies have demonstrated the efficacy of containing aerosolized T-2 bacteriophage during both hypobaric and isobaric conditions (8).
It significantly improves selectivity and performance for any application requiring the separation of isobaric species, isolation of challenging co-eluting contaminants and elimination of high background noise.