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chromatograph

 [kro-mat´o-graf]
1. to analyze by chromatography.
2. the apparatus used in chromatography.

chro·mat·o·graph

(krō-mat'ō-graf),
To perform chromatography.

chromatograph

/chro·mato·graph/ (kro-mat´o-graf)
1. the apparatus used in chromatography.
2. to analyze by chromatography.

chromatograph

1. to analyze by chromatography.
2. the apparatus used in chromatography.
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Finally, six peptides were chromatographically isolated from the proteinase K digest by a combination of hydrophobic reversed-phase HPLC and gel filtration.
Then the researchers chromatographically characterized the flavor profile of the sauce.
The chromatographically determined partitioning values would be based upon a comparison of retention times for a standard, with known Log P or Log D value, and that for a sample.
In contrast, when the precipitated powder from cell-free supernatant was compared chromatographically with the chemically hydrolyzed (acid hydrolysis) products, one yellow spot parallel to the yellow spots of acid hydrolyzed was appeared.
In classic considerations on the dependence of retention times on the number of carbons in different homologous series of gas chromatographically separated substances, purely linear dependence without any divergence is always considered, be it for isotherm or non-isotherm separations (Purnell, 1962; Leibnitz and Struppe, 1966; Hartus and Habgood, 1966).
12) This filtration method is ideal for removing viruses and large protein impurities by size exclusion from chromatographically purified bovine thrombin because other methods of viral clearance that apply beat, pH changes, and UV irradiation result in excessive thrombin degradation, and S/D inactivation is effective only on enveloped viruses.
Also, the HPLC chromatographically separated each species in the system, providing a retention time and UV spectrum for each.
The applied hydroboration procedure leads to a chromatographically inseparable mixture of hydroxylated diasereo- and regioisomers 4a and 4b, in a ratio of 3 : 1 (determined by NMR).
It was shown that although chromatographically fraction three of the twins was similar, the dogs could make a distinction between the twins.
Students will extract and chromatographically separate carotenoids and chlorophylls from fresh spinach leaves.
The reaction products are chromatographically separated and isolated.