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Synonyms for bioassay

appraisal of the biological activity of a substance by testing its effect on an organism and comparing the result with some agreed standard

subject to a bio-assay

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The Bioassays conference is one of the tracks at the Immunogenicity & Bioassay Summit 2015.
frugiperda was determined on each maize-leaf piece from activity of spinosad alone and spinosad-SfMNPV mixture bioassays described above.
About Cisbio Bioassays Cisbio Bioassays develops and markets products and technologies used for in vitro diagnostics and drug discovery.
Cisbio Bioassays, which has been up for sale for years, develops products, technologies and services used in assay development and drug screening.
This formulation was assessed against termites and decay fungi using laboratory bioassays that are standard test procedures for new wood preservatives in Australia (Australasian Wood Preservation Committee [AWPC] 2007).
At the end of each bioassay, the tested insects were destroyed and not used for subsequent bioassays.
IGF has collaborated with Cisbio Bioassays on a number of projects over the past decade, and extensively tested and validated Tag-lite for dimerization," said Dr.
Bench-top" bioassays for the discovery of bioactive natural products: an update, Proceeding of the Eighth National Seminar and Unesco Regional Workshop on the Bioassay of Natural Products with Special Emphasis on Anticancer Agents, pp.
Because preanalytical procedures required in bioassays using mammalian cells or other reporter genes are avoided, less time is required (16).
This study bioassays the possible effects of three of these peptides (HYM 194, HYM 330 and HYM 346) on differentiation of specific cell types, nerve cells and nematocytes, in Hydra vulgaris and Hydra magnipapillata.
In response to the need for chronic toxicity tests to measure long-term effects, the USACE recently completed the development of two new chronic sublethal bioassays with the marine polychaete worm Neanthes arenaceodentata and the estuarine amphipod Leptocheirus plumulosus.
The technology allows genomic and proteomic testing to be performed on the same system and works by performing bioassays on the surface of color-coded microspheres, or beads, which are read in a compact analyzer.
Many bioassays have been designed to identify the role of allelopathy in donor-receiver interactions (Pederson, 1986; Shilling & Yoshikawa, 1987; Weidenhamer et al.
LabMAP combines several proven technologies with advanced digital signal processing and proprietary software to perform a wide range of bioassays quickly, cost-effectively and accurately.