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Synonyms for densitometer

a measuring instrument for determining optical or photographic density

a measuring instrument for determining density or specific gravity

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c) Densitometric analysis of Western blot of renalase in livers of mouse models (sham, I/R injury, and I/R injury with antioxidant preinjection, 6 h after reperfusion).
The protein expression level of TREM-1 relative to GAPDH was determined by densitometric scanning.
The analysis of mean densitometric ratios of caveolin, Hsp90, and porin to eNOS protein respectively was performed by using NIH's Image J64 software (see URL above).
The SDS-PAGE technique has originally been used to study soybean protein subfractions and to evaluate degradation rate of individual soybean meal protein subfractions in the rumen by densitometric measurement (Schwingel and Bates, 1996).
From corresponding soluble and insoluble fractions, band intensities were quantified by a densitometric scanner (Bio-Rad laboratories, Hercules, CA, USA) and (insoluble fraction)/(insoluble + soluble fraction) ratio, which is a gross indicator of the level of insoluble proteins, was calculated.
Asymmetric densitometric and mechanical adaptation of the left fifth metacarpal bone in racing greyhounds.
The densitometric results are confirmed by the image analysis.
SAN DIEGO -- More vertebral fractures were detected when right lateral decubitus positioning was used in densitometric assessment, Diane Krueger reported during a poster session at the annual meeting of the International Society for Clinical Densitometry.
Banding profiles on SDS-polyacrylamide gels and Western blots were digitized and analyzed with a Bio-Rad densitometer (model GS-670) and with the Molecular Analyst/PC program for identification of corresponding protein bands, molecular weight determinations, and densitometric profile drawing.
Densitometric quantification analysis revealed that many translation products whose level had declined in cold-acclimated crowns of alfalfa were also found at lower levels in cold-acclimated roots and leaves and in water-stressed crowns (data not shown).
Featuring continuous in-line densitometric scanning of both sides of the web for automatic ink correction through fountain adjustments.
The percentage body fat was measured with an infra-red densitometric assay (Futrex 5000, Futrex Inc.
This version supports the main functions required for process control at the press by supporting all the densitometric functions from density to trapping, as well as the CIE L*a*b* function.