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denaturant

 [de-na´chur-ant]
a denaturing agent.

denaturant

a denaturing agent.
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Total denaturant is the sum of the values for pentanes plus, conventional motor gasoline, and motor gasoline blending components.
The quantity is obtained by subtracting the estimated denaturant volume from fuel ethanol volume.
Mutation analysis of KRAS exon 1 comparing three different techniques: temporal temperature gradient electrophoresis, constant denaturant capillary electrophoresis and allele specific polymerase chain reaction.
GC-clamp sequences, primer sequences, PCR conditions, and denaturant gradients for mutation analysis in the CFTR (17), [beta]-globin (18-20), and p53 (21, 22) genes were as described previously.
Variable tested Effect on SSCP pattern - MgCl2 concentration DNA concentration - Primer concentration + Type of denaturant - Snap chilling -
1981-2008: Data in thousand barrels for petroleum denaturant in fuel ethanol produced are estimated as 2 percent of fuel ethanol production; these data are converted to Btu by multiplying by 4.
1 cm gel of 6% polyacrylamide containing a linearly increasing gradient of 20-60% denaturant (100% denaturant = 7 mol/L urea, 400 mL/L formamide) in 1 x TAE buffer (40 mmol/L Tris acetate, 1 mmol/L EDTA, pH 8.
The Green Logic product line by PPG offers manufacturers environmentally responsible options for paint denaturants or detackifiers used in water-washed paint spray booths.
This facility will be used mainly to determine the parameters of child and infant nutrition including the entire range of pesticides as well as the determination of unauthorized denaturants in alcohol and spirit drinks, illegal drugs, food additives and contaminants, and further detecting food adulteration.
In order to simplify the process at each step vendors operating in this market offer a wide variety of protein sample preparation kits which are able to remove salts, denaturants, detergents and other buffers present in the crude mixtures easily and quickly.
Focusing on theory and practical applications for both established methods and new procedures, the book covers areas such as protein interactions with water and salts, the effects of molecular crowding, methods for studying flexibility and intramolecular interactions in proteins, methods for characterization of the unfolded state, single-molecule methods, and a new application of denaturants to address protein stability in vivo.