solubility test


Also found in: Encyclopedia.

sol·u·bil·i·ty test

a screening test for sickle cell hemoglobin (Hb S), which is reduced by dithionite and is insoluble in concentrated inorganic buffer; addition of blood showing Hb S to buffer and dithionite causes opacity of the solution.

sol·u·bil·i·ty test

(sol'yū-bil'i-tē test)
A screening test for sickle cell hemoglobin (Hb S), which is reduced by dithionite and is insoluble in concentrated inorganic buffer; addition of blood showing Hb S to buffer and dithionite causes opacity of the solution.
References in periodicals archive ?
SICKLEDEX is a qualitative solubility test kit used to detect the presence of sickling hemoglobins in human blood or sickle cell control material.
Every student was subjected to haemoglobin estimation for diagnosis of anaemia and Solubility test as the screening test for the Sickle Cell Disorder.
We multiplied this estimate by the sensitivity of the sickle cell solubility test (98.
If the patient has sickle cell anemia, the solubility test will be positive, meaning Hemoglobin S is present in the individual.
The surfactant properties are further confirmed by solubility test, surface tension data and HLB value.
Results for the qualitative sickle cell solubility test were positive.
Solubility test of the sample was performed by dissolving a weighted sample in 2% acetic acid and stirred at room temperature at the desired time, and then the sample was filtrated, dried and weighted.
The octanol solubility test has been resulting in some organic pigments being classified as bioaccumulative.
As shown by the error bars in this figure, not only is acid solubility an excellent predictor of exterior durability, the acid solubility test has significantly less variability than the exterior test (the error bars represent the 95% confidence intervals for a single test).
SICKLEDEX is a quailtative solubility test kit used to detect the presence of sickling hemoglobins in human blood or sickle cell control material.
The modification step of chitosan through inducing external amine groups has been confirmed by FT-IR analysis and solubility test.
These holes enlarge the filled material surface area to contact with the formic acid solvent during the solubility test, so an accelerated dissolving phenomenon of PA6 in the formic acid solvent can be observed after it is filled with CaC[O.