ratiometric

ratiometric

In electronic or electromechanical systems, it refers to the output voltage as a ratio of the supply voltage. For example, if the input voltage is doubled, the output voltage is doubled.
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The APB series are available with either ratiometric analogue or digital outputs for reading pressure over the specified full scale pressure span and temperature range.
We anticipate the 2nanoSi system to be a starting point for non-invasive,easy-to-use and cost effective ratiometric fluorescence biomarker for recessive genetic diseases alike human cystic fibrosis.
Hector-2 cells and whole blood samples from an institutional review board-approved ciHHV-6 registry (HHV-6 Foundation) were used to validate and calibrate the ratiometric ddPCR assay.
Jalink, "A mTurquoise-based cAMP sensor for both FLIM and ratiometric read-out has improved dynamic range," PLoS One, vol.
The formation of the disulfide bond alters the spectral characteristics of the GFP fluorophore causing the intensity of the emitted green fluorescence (~ 520 nm) induced by excitation at 488 nm to decrease, while causing the emitted fluorescence after excitation at 405 nm to increase, thus making this sensor a ratiometric probe.
The fluorescently labelled molecules, known as ratiometric activatable cell-penetrating peptides (RACPP), are injectable.
Based on proprietary Ratiometric Photometry, which measures light absorption by two specially formulated dye solutions, PCS can be used bench-top for continual training and performance verification.
It was only later that the company introduced its first product utilizing its signature technology, ratiometric photometry.
ARTEL systems, based on proprietary Ratiometric Photometry, conform to ISO 8655-7 and provide NIST-traceable results.
Many systems require complex power up protocols and the MIC68200 enables the designer to implement sequential tracking as well as ratiometric power up and power down.