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denaturant

 [de-na´chur-ant]
a denaturing agent.

denaturant

a denaturing agent.
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Denaturant m values and heat capacity changes: relation to changes in accessible surface areas of protein un-folding.
The gradients were farmed from 20% to 80% denaturant (100% denaturants were 7 M urea with 40% [vol/vol] deionized formamide and 0% denaturant was 6% [Wt/vol] acrylamide stock solutions [acrylamide: N', N', bisacrylamide = 38 : 1]) (Gillan et al.
1981-2008: Data in thousand barrels for petroleum denaturant in
A narrow- or broad-range denaturant gradient parallel to the direction of electrophoresis was required (15).
ethanol minus denaturant are used to develop data for "Renewable
1 denaturant according to PN-A-79532 or equivalent - in the form of completely contaminated, not intended for consumption, ethyl alcohol, about 92% of apparent power, colored fioletemkrystalicznym - pack plastic container (pail) from 1 to 5 liters - 1,800 liters
During the assay, sample is first mixed with denaturant and extractant reagents.
The UTMS will employ microfabrication technology, robotics, and Peoples Genetics' patented analytical technique, constant denaturant capillary electrophoresis, in order to provide the throughput necessary to discover and quantify mutations throughout the entire length of genome.
1981 forward: Calculated as fuel ethanol production (in thousand barrels) minus denaturant, and then multiplied by the fuel ethanol feedstock factor--see Table A3.
Gramos are also manufacturers of the original Takrag, used extensively by the leading automotive manufacturers worldwide, and mare recently they have established TAK-kill as the foremost paint denaturant on the market.
For the technique to be successful, different conditions must be found and optimized because the slopes of the denaturant gradient and running times vary for every DNA region to be analyzed; in addition, the long running time needed to resolve hetero- and homoduplexes often produces smears, affecting detectability.