microdetermination

microdetermination

/mi·cro·de·ter·mi·na·tion/ (-de-ter″mĭ-na´shun) chemical examination of minute quantities of substance.
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Microdetermination of oxyhemoglobin, methemoglobin, and sulfhemoglobin in a single sample of blood.
Microdetermination of alanine, 2-aminobutyric acid and arginine monohydrochloride using tellurato copper(III) reagent as oxidative titrant has been reported by Jaiswal and Kumar [10].
Improved cold-vapor atomic absoprtion technique for the microdetermination of total and inorganic mercury in biological samples.
Zelversmit DB, Davis AK, Hamphestern MT (1950) Microdetermination of plasma phospholipid by trichloro-acetic acid precipitation method.
Microdetermination of (-) L-carnitine and L-carnitine acetyl transferase.
Microdetermination of unbound bilirubin in icteric newborn sera: an enzymatic method employing peroxidase and glucose oxidase.
Microdetermination of long-chain fatty acids in plasma and tissues.
Microdetermination of plasma ATP and creatine phosphate concentrations with a luminescence biometer.
Test tube extraction method for the microdetermination of urinary 17-ketosteroids.
Microdetermination of methylmalonic acid and other short chain dicarboxylic acids by gas chromatography: use in prenatal diagnosis of methylmalonic acidemia and in studies of isovaleric acidemia.