Biochemical testing

Biochemical testing

Measuring the amount or activity of a particular enzyme or protein in a sample of blood or urine or other tissue from the body.
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Project Description: This project plans to build a station for biochemical testing of pesticide residues in the Dominican Institute of Agricultural and Forestry Research (IDIAF) of the Center for Agricultural Technology (CENTA), located in the Dominican capital (the station will also provide testing services to four neighboring areas).
Centrifuging blood and harvesting the plasma from the ultracentrifuged microhematocrit tubes appears to be an appropriate means of obtaining sufficient sample volumes to perform plasma biochemical testing on patients as small as 50 g.
The goals of this announced collaboration include: validation and expansion of the Bruker MALDI Biotyper database of protein fingerprint profiles for identification of unusual bacterial pathogens; evaluation of the use of the Bruker MALDI Biotyper as a replacement for or in conjunction with traditional biochemical testing in order to decrease the time needed for accurate identification of bacteria.
The conventional biochemical testing of the 3,949 Mycobacteria spp.
AFB positive cultures were identified using conventional biochemical testing (niacin accumulation, nitrate reduction, Tween 80 hydrolysis, arylsulfatase test) [12].
3%) patients were diagnosed by biochemical testing.
Jenkins and his ARS colleagues ASABE member Dinku Endale and Dwight Fisher at Watkinsville combined techniques previously developed to assess water quality and detect pathogens in laboratory settings: a water filtration technique to concentrate the pathogens, a special medium for growing and measuring the number of pathogenic cells, a biochemical testing process, and PCR technology.
computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging) and biochemical testing for the presence or development of these tumors so that timely, appropriate surgical management can be offered.
Morris in 1979, focuses on advanced chemical and biochemical testing, as well as GLP/GMP contract analytical services based on mass spectrometry and chromatography.
SGS has acquired M-Scan, a group of chemical analysis labs that provides advanced chemical and biochemical testing, GLP/GMP contract analytical services, and consultancy and training based on mass spectrometry and chromatography.
Because we're unable to conduct biochemical testing on a real-time or continuous basis, fetal heart rate monitoring often has been used as a surrogate for the biochemical adaptations by the fetus to intrauterine stress conditions.
In their preface to this updated edition of the 1995 work, Pollard (Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, University of Oxford, UK) and Heron (archaeological sciences, University of Bradford, UK) note that, due to debates as to the meaning of results, archaeologists are under utilizing the information available to them through chemical and biochemical testing of artifacts.