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verb To determine the quantity of; measure
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The next 3 chapters (4-6) cover assay set-up and optimization, assay validation, and the design and use of controls for quantification.
Recommendations: Awareness, Alignment, Quantification and Monitoring
It is important to note that the goals of allergy testing and immunotherapy include the accurate identification and quantification of each antigen to which the patient is allergic so that the therapeutic approach can be designed to provide symptom relief in a safe and expedient manner.
Following on a seminar, last year, among 25 archaeologists, ARCELIN & TUFFREAU-LIBRE recommend a scheme for quantification of ceramics and presentation of the results.
Imperial officials acknowledged they don't want the quantification issue to stand in the way of the San Diego transfer.
In the first, roughly coinciding with mercantilism, "the essential role of measurement and quantification tools was to serve as a policy instrument.
He says that the concept of quality is stifl a moving larget, so that the value of attempts at quantification can only be short-lived
Mulazimoglu, recently determined there's a relationship between density and the true hydrogen values that allow good quantification of hydrogen in a long freezing range alloy (356.
Result of operations disclosures should include appropriate identification and quantification of material changes (40, 41) and known (43, 44) and anticipated (46, 47) trends necessary to understand changes in sales, revenues or income.
These tools today include: Double Stain IHC, CISH and RNA-ISH quantification, amyloid plaque measurement, muscle fiber analysis, steatosis and adipose quantification, pancreatic islet analysis, microglial activation, axon quantification, and object-based and cell-based Immunofluorescence.
Lot 2: supply and delivery of immunoenzymatic kits for quantification of zearalenone in cereals.
Targeted NGS brings these advantages to the quantification of any specific group of sequences of interest.

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