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Results of hematologic testing and serum biochemical analysis showed a mild leukocytosis (21.
Biochemical analysis of mussel seed showed that well-fed seed are composed primarily of lipid (61.
Biochemical analysis was normal except for lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) (3235 U/L [normal range: 120-300 U/L]) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) (65 U/L [normal range: 0-40 U/L]).
Traditional biochemical analysis of PMN was determined in triplicate on fresh soil (0-0.
Grace has focused his research on diverse aspects of plant biology, including biochemical analysis of secondary metabolic pathways to environmental signaling mechanisms, and the physiology of stress on plants.
Without access to detailed biochemical analysis equipment I cannot say for certain what the reason for the twinning is, but I feel it is something to do with what the villagers eat and drink.
The molecular delivery system would be packaged in the biochip, and the data generated in the biochemical analysis would be transmitted to a medical specialist via a mobile phone using traditional wireless technology.
Biochemical analysis also adds important depth of understanding.
Biochemical analysis was carried in both healthy and infected leaves of each category at IARI, New Delhi.
Other methods of fetal assessment were introduced, including biochemical analysis of the maternal and fetal blood.
Through painstaking biochemical analysis, the researchers discovered that this enzyme converts the substrate geranyl pyrophosphate into linalool, a volatile compound with what Pichersky describes as a "wine-sweet" smell.
Microfluidic, or "lab-on-a-chip," devices are miniaturized chemical and biochemical analysis systems that one day may replace conventional bench top instruments.
Extradural temporal lobe retraction in the middle fossa approach to the internal auditory canal: Biochemical analysis.
These bacteria have been characterized based upon structural composition and standard biochemical analysis as well as screened for the presence of accessory genetic elements.
The invention also provides methods for performing high throughput screening assays for detecting inhibition of specific binding between the members of the biological pair for use in drug development, biochemical analysis and protein purifica-tion assays.