Biochemical testing

Biochemical testing

Measuring the amount or activity of a particular enzyme or protein in a sample of blood or urine or other tissue from the body.
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Supply of laboratory reagents for biochemical testing along with the lease analyzers, delivery reagents for hematology and chemicals.
In addition, WIL Research did not observe any significant adverse events in the ophthalmologic, hematologic and biochemical testing or in macroscopic and microscopic organ examinations conducted during the study.
Results of in-house biochemical testing and PCR were consistent with B.
As an example, periodic biochemical testing in patients with mutations of the SDHB gene should include measurements of plasma methoxytyramine, with test interpretation concentrating on this analyte and normetanephrine.
Centrifuging blood and harvesting the plasma from the ultracentrifuged microhematocrit tubes appears to be an appropriate means of obtaining sufficient sample volumes to perform plasma biochemical testing on patients as small as 50 g.
3%) patients were diagnosed by biochemical testing.
Jenkins and his ARS colleagues ASABE member Dinku Endale and Dwight Fisher at Watkinsville combined techniques previously developed to assess water quality and detect pathogens in laboratory settings: a water filtration technique to concentrate the pathogens, a special medium for growing and measuring the number of pathogenic cells, a biochemical testing process, and PCR technology.
Because we're unable to conduct biochemical testing on a real-time or continuous basis, fetal heart rate monitoring often has been used as a surrogate for the biochemical adaptations by the fetus to intrauterine stress conditions.
In their preface to this updated edition of the 1995 work, Pollard (Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, University of Oxford, UK) and Heron (archaeological sciences, University of Bradford, UK) note that, due to debates as to the meaning of results, archaeologists are under utilizing the information available to them through chemical and biochemical testing of artifacts.
Warnex's medical laboratories division focuses on genetic and biochemical testing for the healthcare industry and has extensive expertise in genetic testing for human identification, molecular diagnostics, and pharmacogenetics.
Undertake biochemical testing on blood, urine and body fluids.
It includes particular actions for specific campaigns, such as: biochemical testing and individual lifestyle analysis, campaigns against AIDS, cancer, breakbone fever, malnutrition, stress, influenza, etc.