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preceding and preparing for something

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This full-color, 32-page catalog now includes an expanded section on supercritical fluid chromatography systems, such as preparative, analytical and extraction systems.
While LC has proven to be a very useful analytical technique in the laboratory, as well as being advantageous in selected preparative and production-scale applications, it is an extremely involved technique that is generally avoided unless a clear argument can be made as to its advantage.
Because parking is not free at our facility, each patient receives two free books of parking passes when they start their preparative regimen.
Since the 1995 first edition, the technology of test-tube transcription and translation--used to study protein synthesis and function--has improved to the point that it can be adapted to high-throughput screening formats, and can compete with in vivo expression systems for preparative purposes.
Assuming that your lipid panel reports total cholesterol, triglycerides, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), your best bet is to send very lipemic specimens to an National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NHLBI-CDC) standardized laboratory, (1) which uses the classical preparative ultracentrifuge procedure.
For this process, laboratory workers follow similar preparative steps used for HA1 and then use multiple PCR primers to sequence the entire gene segment.
2) Since linen fibres are hollow (made up of flax), it might be possible for biological contaminants to remain undetected in spite of the extensive preparative cleansing done in the '89 study.
Community engagement strategies can be seen to move along a continuum from preparative through productive to protective initiatives.
Preparative Chromatogography of Fine Chemical and Pharmaceutical Agents Henner Schmidt-Traub Hoboken, NJ:John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
But her land contains an ancient Quaker burial ground that once a decade is the subject of a pilgrima__ by the Shaftesbury Preparative Meeting.
As well as scattering ashes of the deceased at the site, the 60-strong Shaftesbury Preparative Meeting stage a "pilgrimage" there every 10 years.
Organic Reactions presents chemistry from a preparative point of view, with a focus on reaction limitations, interfering influences, the effects of chemical structure, and the selection of experimental conditions.
Typical applications for these new units include protein and nucleic acid separations, MINI SDS-PAGE, preparative peptide and gradient pore separations.
Dublin, CA, announced that its Partaject-delivered busulfan has received orphan drug designation from the FDA for the preparative therapy of pediatric patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation.
The QSY is ideally suited for low and medium pressure preparative chromatography.
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