Scatchard

Scatch·ard

(skăch'ŭrd),
George, U.S. chemist and biochemist, 1892-1973. See: Scatchard plot.
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The obtained sclareol MIPs were analyzed in the mentioned work [1] by rheology, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), elemental analysis, attenuated total reflectance infrared spectroscopy (ATR FTIR), size exclusion chromatography (HPLC-SEC), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), and Scatchard analysis in order to prove the molecular imprinting and to determine the imprinting parameters, meaning the imprinting factor (IF) and the yield of imprinting (YI).
Reader Joyce Scatchard of Harrogate tells me she was bitten by a huge orange spider that leap out of herhedge.
Otridge, Scatchard & Whitaker, Ogilvy & Speare, Darton & Harvey & W.
chairperson of the Family Law Group of Capehart Scatchard, in leading the well-attended breakout session during the conference.
Mrs Scatchard of Leeds stated that after being acquainted 'with a large number of women' who worked in the factories, she found that 'the bulk' of them were 'good mothers and that: 'Maternal affection was as strong among women of the working-class as in women of a better class' (Dolan, 1882: 359, 386).
We selected receptor protein preparations suitable for the competitive receptor-binding assay based on Scatchard plot analyses of saturation-binding assays.
Scatchard analysis demonstrated that the decrease in insulin binding was accounted for by a decrease in insulin receptor sites per cell, with erythrocytes of diabetic rats having less insulin receptor sites per cell than THC-treated rats.
Incubation of portions of cytosol with increasing quantities of radioactive estradiol-17[beta] in a competitive fashion together with known amounts of nonradioactive estrogen mimics was followed by separation of the bound and unbound estrogen to allow the concentration of high-affinity estrogen binding sites (ie, ER) to be quantified, using Scatchard plots and standard curves of known amounts of the protein.
IAN CLARKE, 50, has more than 25 years' experience in the wine industry, after starting his career with Liverpool wine merchant David Scatchard.