micromethod


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micromethod

 [mi´kro-meth″od]
a technique dealing with exceedingly small quantities of material.

micromethod

/mi·cro·meth·od/ (-meth″id) any technique dealing with exceedingly small quantities of material.

micromethod

(mī″krō-mĕth′ŏd)
Any chemical or physical procedure involving small amounts of material or tissue.

micromethod

a technique dealing with exceedingly small quantities of material.
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Determination of interferon activity was made using the micromethod (Novohatskiy, Cherkashkina, and Ershov, 1978) in some modification (Aspetov, Zhumatov, Zhansarina, 2003).
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A micromethod for determination of urea in plasma, whole blood and blood cells using urease and phenol reagent.
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A new micromethod for routine measurement of serum LDL-apolipoprotein B.
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A Micromethod for the Determination of Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity in Intraocular Fluids and Plasma using Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.