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quantification

[‚kwän·tə·fə′kā·shən]
(science and technology)
The act of quantifying, that is, of giving a numerical value to a measurement of something, as in computer applications, psychology, or market research.

quantification

the transformation of observations into numerical data to assist analysis and comparison.
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qBase+ software was used to analyze quantification results that uses geNorm algorithm to calculate expression stability (GeNorm M) and variation in using n+1 or n reference genes (GeNorm V) to evaluate the least number of reference genes required for appropriate normalization.
In this context, this study aims to validate a method using spectrophotometry in the UV region for quantification of PAR in tablet formulations as a proposal of practical activity for the instrumental analysis subject in the pharmacy graduate course.
The determination of the repeatability was performed by independently preparing a sixfold solution of ketorolac at the working concentration, for its subsequent quantification with the comparison with an external standard, determining the percentage of recovery, the average recovery rate of the six solutions, the standard deviation, and the coefficient of variation.
The purpose of this book is to defend the coherence of what Kramer calls second-orderism: "second-order quantifications do not carry the same ontological commitments as their first-order counterparts." It is important to emphasize that Kramer hopes only to defend the coherence of second-orderism; he does not aim to offer any substantial argument for second-orderism.
[6], was reported from Nigeria, in which they used the UV-visible detector for quantification of the urinary 1-OHPyr (the reverse phase HPLC, 250 nm wavelength, X-Bridge C18 (150x4.6 mm, 5 [micro]m column).
The HLC reagents can therefore provide more specific information than Ig quantification, and the HLC-pair ratio (rHLC) (e.g., IgA[kappa]/IgA[lambda]) is an indicator of clonal expansion.
The list of questions is more a guide than mandatory for the case studies, and its purpose is not to give a rigid English-based quantification structure to the authors but to provide an idea of how to descriptively organize their chapters.
Application of recurrence quantification analysis (RQA) in the field of financial markets is of recent origin.
Among the topics are mass spectrometry and protein identification, experimental normalization, label based quantification by mass spectrometry spectra, absolute quantification, and biomarkers.
The cell lab will also be equipped with a Real-Time PCR instrument, which allows precise quantification of specific nucleic acids (DNA/RNA/genes) in a complex mixture.
Samples taken from Cwmcarn High School in Caerphilly found levels of asbestos below the "limit of quantification" and similar to those found in background levels in the atmosphere.
Label-free quantification of MS1 spectra has the most flexibility among the different mass spectrometry based proteomics methods that have been developed.

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