This study showed an increased turbidity by turbidimetry
, which is interpreted as an increase in the number of crystals, and, by microscopy, it was possible to confirm the reduction in the size of crystals.
Then, microtubule protein was extracted from the brain of a newly-died sheep, and its activity was studied through turbidimetry
PHmeter AT-300 and Turbidimetry
Microprocessor Plus were used to measure pH and turbidity, respectively.
Serum RF levels were measured by the turbidimetry
method using commercial kits (Biosystem, Barcellona, Spain).
Sulphate content was determined by turbidimetry
This process can be conveniently evaluated using in-line turbidimetry
and analyzed even further by reprocessing the nanocomposite during multiple extrusions.
Haynes RJ (1993) Effect of sample pretreatment on aggregate stability measured by wet sieving or turbidimetry
on soils of different cropping history.
Hemoglobin was determined by the cyanmethemoglobin method, ferritin by micro-particle enzyme immunosorbent assay (MEIA); C-reactive protein by turbidimetry
commercial CRP assay (Biosystems); transferrin by turbidimetry
assay; ceruloplasmin quantification was done by using nephelometry Array.
Typical nephelometry utilises a sensor located at the angle of 90[degrees], whilst turbidimetry
requires that of 180[degrees], i.
Some evaluated the growth rate using turbidimetry
in MRS broth, rather than by a plate count in MRS agar [1, 9], so their results are qualitative or semiquantitative because CFU were not counted.
Flame atomic absorption spectroscopy method was employed to analyze serum trace element concentrations, and turbidimetry
method using immunoglobulin kit was used for the estimation of serum immunoglobulin levels.
Sulphate was measured by turbidimetry
and total acidity by volumetric determination (Standard methods for water analysis reference 4500E, 2310B, respectively).