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aliquot

 [al´ĭ-kwot]
1. a sample that is representative of the whole.
2. a number that will divide another without a remainder; e.g., 2 is an aliquot of 6.

al·i·quot

(al'i-kwot), Avoid the jargonistic use of this word in the loose sense of 'any sample'.
chemistry, immunology a sample with a mass or volume that is a known fraction of that of the whole.
[L. a few, several]

al·i·quot

(al'i-kwot)
A sample the mass or volume of which is a known fraction of that of the whole.
[L. a few, several]

aliquot

1. A sample quantity of a larger amount of a substance.
2. An amount that is an exact divisor of the whole quantity of a substance.

aliquot

any one of equal measured portions of the whole.

aliquot

1. a sample that is representative of the whole.
2. a number that will divide another without a remainder; e.g. 2 is an aliquot of 6.
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To demonstrate that GEMS yielded aliquots of equivalent composition compatible with the analysis of biomarkers of different natures, we sequentially evaluated RNA composition in 2 aliquots from 4 plaques, protein composition in 2 aliquots from 5 plaques, and lipid composition in 2 aliquots from 10 plaques.
Small, premature infants are frequently transfused with aliquots of red blood cells to replace blood loss from phlebotomy, to correct anemia associated with prematurity, and to sustain their rapid growth.
Successive aliquots for each sample were pooled as above, and the extract volume was adjusted to 25 ml.
Every two days an aliquot was removed for extraction of the ester, and the flasks were returned to the incubator.
0 is the ability to view freezer boxes during the sample entry process, with color coding of aliquots for helpful visual clues.
Aliquots of 2 digoxin pools (digoxin pool 1 and digoxin pool 2) were further supplemented with various amounts of hawthorn extract and digoxin concentrations were again measured by the aforementioned assays.
Each of these two blood tubes was further divided into 4 aliquots of 1ml.
The remainder of the plasma was divided into 2 aliquots and stored at -80[degrees]C until analysis.
Harvard University and Northeastern University Technology Receive Funding From Allied Minds to Commercialize Novel Technology for the Extraction of Aliquots
Here we assume that 100-2000 cells are homogeneously dispersed in a 40-mL sample, and aliquots from 0.
Each bag makes 20 litres of medium or diluent, sufficient for 88 aliquots of 225 ml, which can be dispensed easily through the outlet tube.