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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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to reduce or eliminate viruses and prions from chromatographically purified bovine thrombin.
This hypothesis was tested, quantitatively, in ester-amine model systems that were unable to polymerize (as in Scheme 2), which were allowed to react at high temperatures and were analyzed chromatographically.
It was found that the initiators mentioned in the literature for use with FA were chromatographically adsorbed out of the mixture near wood surfaces during impregnation, causing initiator depletion deeper in the wood and uncured monomer in that location after cure.
Quite simply, GC involves a sample being vaporized with the resulting gas analyzed chromatographically (hence the term "gas chromatography").
Bayer BP produces and markets treatments for hemophilia, including Kogenate(R) FS and KOGENATE(R) Bayer Antihemophilic Factor VIII (Recombinant), Formulated with Sucrose; and Koate(R) DVI, Chromatographically Purified, Antihemophilic Factor (Human).
As with all Himalaya products, each of the new single herbs is chromatographically fingerprinted for safety, potency and consistency.
With LC-MS/MS we showed that individual standards of lipid mediators were well-resolved chromatographically (Fig.
1D-F), indicating that ODP-Ia, ODP-Ib, and ODP-II' were all homogeneous polysaccharides and chromatographically pure.
Under our experimental conditions, MCOP and MCNP, the metabolites of DINP and DIDP, respectively, were not chromatographically resolved, and both MCOP and MCNP eluted separately as broad peaks.