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phosphate buffer

[′fä‚sfāt ′bəf·ər]
(analytical chemistry)
Laboratory pH reference solution made of KH2PO4 and Na2HPO4; when 0.025 molal (equimolal of the potassium and sodium salts), the pH is 6.865 at 25°C.
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The caseinolytic activity was determined using 1% (w/ v) casein, which was dissolved in 10 mM potassium phosphate buffer (pH 8.
All the measurements were carried out at the room temperature in the beaker, wherein was 50 ml phosphate buffer (pH = 6.
The cyclic voltammograms of the myoglobin/ nickel oxide nanoparticles /graphite electrode, in phosphate buffer solution, at pH =7, containing different concentrations of [H.
The detection of nitrogenated bases in phosphate buffer is more adequate if the analytical detection of isolated guanine and adenine is of concern.
We eluted Fab' fragments isocratically with 50 mmol/L sodium phosphate buffer (pH 7.
Holford ICR, Cullis BR (1985a) Effects of phosphate buffer capacity on yield response curvature and fertilizer requirements of wheat in relation to soil phosphate tests.
The in-vitro studies were carried out soaking the specimens in sodium phosphate buffer solution as the medium for release of drug at pH = 7.
The investigators measured the response of the biosensor as a function of selected organic solvents methanol, ethanol and isopropanol--containing the phosphate buffer solution, at pH 6.
4cms) pre equilibrated with sodium phosphate buffer (0.
Rosemary McFarlane, aged 64, of Kingshurst Way, Kingshurst, was administered a lethal dose of phosphate buffer saline which caused her lungs to burn, by a consultant at Heartlands Hospital, who was unaware of the concentration's strength, it was told.
coli O157:H7 was transferred to 6 L of sterile phosphate buffer saline (PBS).