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microplate

(mī'krō-plāt),
A very small plate that is attached with screws to facial fracture fragments to realign and stabilize them.

microplate

(mī′krŏ-plāt″) [ micro- + plate]
1. An anchoring device to hold tissues together or to hold implants placed during neurosurgery.
2. A stimulatory electrode device implanted in the brain.
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Because each well of an xCELLigence microtiter plate can acquire thousands of data points, each individual well yields a complete time course for biofilm deposition or dissipation, greatly reducing the number of wells/plates needed and the total workload.
OD value of Biofilm Formation Microtiter Plate Method Less than 0.
Tenders are invited for "Supply, installation, adjustment and commissioning of laboratory equipment with three distinct positions: Lot No 1 - Supply, installation, adjustment and commissioning of a PCR amplification apparatus for nucleic acids; Lot No 2 - Supply, installation, adjustment and commissioning of a horizontal gel electrophoresis apparatus for the separation and detection of nucleic acids; Lot No 3 - Delivery, installation, adjustment and commissioning of the ELISA automatic microtiter plate washing system "
The Canadian scientists evaluated the antimicrobial efficacy of soy isoflavones against pathogenic biofilms of Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) using microtiter plate assays, scanning electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy.
The kit provides enough material to perform 50 determinations in a 1 mL cuvette, or 192 determinations in a microtiter plate (plus additional material for controls).
0 14(8%) 13 Company/ Amino acid residues of epitopes platform/assay recognized by capture (C) and detection (D) MAbs hs-cTnl Abbott ARCHITECT (c) C: 24-40; D: 41-49 Beckman Access (c) C: 41-49; D: 24-40 Nanosphere MTP (c) C: 136-147; D: MAbPA1010 Singulex Erenna (c) C: 41-49; D: 27-41 Siemens Vista (c) C: 30-35; D: 41-56,171-190 hs-cTnT Roche Elecsys (d) C: 136-147; D: 125-131 (a) LoD, limit of detection; MTP, microtiter plate.
Equipped with an 8-channel plate reader, the system can read a 384-well microtiter plate in one minute.
The microsensors on the chip record, among other things, changes in the acid content of the medium and the cells' oxygen consumption; photographs of the process are also taken by a microscope fitted underneath the microtiter plate.
6 mg per ml to 5 mg per ml--using a 96-well microtiter plate assay.
Briefly, 100 [micro]L of serum was added to the wells of a microtiter plate coated with a mixture of three anti-N protein monoclonal antibodies, and the plates were incubated at 37[degrees]C for 60 min.
An optional microtiter plate system for this rotor allows the use of up to four deep-well plates or eight standard plates.
After the incubation period, cultures from this microtiter plate were transferred to another microtiter plate containing PCA and kept as a reference.