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Synonyms for assay

Synonyms for assay

a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

a trying to do or make something

to subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to make an attempt to do or make

Synonyms for assay

an appraisal of the state of affairs

a substance that is undergoing an analysis of its components

Related Words

a written report of the results of an analysis of the composition of some substance

a quantitative or qualitative test of a substance (especially an ore or a drug) to determine its components

analyze (chemical substances)

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However, DNA sequencing would not be anywhere near as commonplace, nor as relatively straightforward as it is today without the development of a means of obtaining assayable quantities of DNA in a short timeframe.
He explains the antioxidant benefits of whole grains have been seriously underestimated because they occur in nature in a form different from the more readily assayable forms present in fruits and vegetables and not digestible by human enzymes.
Neither nucleotide change was present in the originating PV-ZMGT32 plasmid but was assayable in archived BC0F1 material and was stably maintained in subsequent generations.
Genes encoding assayable products fused to other genes therefore became known as "reporter genes" because, under certain circumstances, assayable product expression is proportional to activity of the target gene.
Each At Last Naturals product must be effective for its purpose, safe to use, of desired assayable potency and derived from the most beneficial high-quality natural source," company executives said.
Absent such a belief, of course, neither the liberatory project in general, nor the university In particular are possible as cultural practices, since in that, event, institutional and political arrangements and practices are never really assayable and must be determined instead by power alone or--and this amounts to much the same thing--by groundless persuasion.