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.
"Our new relationship with Teijin speaks to NanoGram's mission of providing low-cost, high performance silicon solutions for energy and electronics," said NanoGram President and CEO Dr.
As a few dozen parents and teachers looked on at the emergency meeting, officials from Environmental Compliance Services explained that eight rooms tested above the acceptable risk limit of 300 nanograms per cubic meter of air set by the Environmental Protection Agency for elementary school-aged children.
The new funding will be used to accelerate development of NanoGram's proprietary silicon solar technology and its advanced nanomaterials solutions for flat panel displays, solid state lighting, lithium-ion batteries, and printed electronics.
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 ChargePoint high containment powder transfer system can achieve nanogram levels of containment.
They also found that only about a quarter of women with less than one nanogram of AMH were pregnant five to six weeks after the IVF procedure.
Easy to install and use, the detector provides response independent of structure, a wide dynamic range and low nanogram sensitivity.
With a similar ease of use and the sensitivity of standard UV detectors, the device allows detection of enantiomers down to the nanogram level.
Nanogram quantities of cells, tissue, blood, or bodily fluids are mixed directly with eTag reagents in standard 96-well laboratory microplates.
The detector offers high sensitivity (low nanogram detection levels) and excellent reproducibility, a dynamic range of four decades for detecting compounds in varying amounts, and a consistent response independent of chemical structure.
In 84 percent of the subjects, at least 0.05 nanogram of cotinine was detectable per milliliter of blood.
With its capacity to measure compounds present in low nanogram quantities, the instrument routinely provides ten times the sensitivity of evaporative light scattering (ELS) detection.
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 system is capable of detecting picogram to nanogram levels of most chemicals.