nanogram


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Synonyms for nanogram

one billionth (1/1,000,000,000) gram

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Teijin is accelerating its marketing of NanoGram Si paste to consolidate its early adoption.
Philip Dawdy of the Washington Cannabis Association agrees that, contrary to his own fears, there have not been "reams of patients getting busted all over the place who were over five nanograms but were completely functional.
In addition to follow-on investments from existing investors ATA Ventures, Bay Partners, Harris & Harris, Institutional Venture Partners, Nth Power, Rockport Capital Partners, SBV Venture Partners, and Technology Partners, NanoGram adds Global Cleantech Capital, Masdar Clean Tech Fund, Mitsui Ventures, Nagase & Co.
Among women with more than three nanograms, three in five were pregnant at that stage.
NanoGram will use the facility to scale-up their award-winning SilFoil[TM] technology for solar modules that will deliver the product performance and reliability of wafer-based crystalline silicon modules at prices competitive with thin film modules.
NanoGram Corporation, a leading developer and licensor of core process technology for the manufacture of unique nanostructured materials for optical, electronic and energy applications, today announced that it has closed on a third equity round of $32M to date to expand its solar technology and nanomaterials solutions businesses.
The detector offers high sensitivity (low nanogram detection levels), excellent reproducibility, a dynamic range of 4 decades for detecting compounds in varying amounts, and a consistent response independent of chemical structure.
The qualification of this novel cathode manufacturing process represents the successful integration of Greatbatch's commercialization expertise and the intellectual property gained from the acquisition of NanoGram Devices Corporation in 2004.
Advances in molecular biochemistry, in turn, pushed the limits of the analytic measurements of brevetoxins and their metabolites in certain substrates to nanogram levels (Poll et al.
The system is capable of detecting picogram to nanogram levels of most chemicals.
The QS-H150 Portable Explosives Trace Detector is capable of detecting trace amounts of most commercial and military explosives, including RDX, PETN, HMX, TNT, Black Powder and Ammonium Nitrate at nanogram level concentrations in real time.
Intranasal Aerosol Treatment with 800 Nanogram PH80 up to Four Times Daily, During the Symptomatic Days of PMS Only, Shows Significant Efficacy, Distinct Improvement over Placebo and Symptoms Remission in Clinically Significant PMS
05 nanogram of cotinine was detectable per milliliter of blood.
Nanogram quantities of cells, tissue, blood, or bodily fluids are mixed directly with eTag reagents in standard 96-well laboratory microplates.
This year's RoboCup event will also feature the debut of the Nanogram League, a competition between microscopic robots.