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aliquot

 [al´ĭ-kwot]
1. a sample that is representative of the whole.
2. a number that will divide another without a remainder; e.g., 2 is an aliquot of 6.

al·i·quot

(al'i-kwot), Avoid the jargonistic use of this word in the loose sense of 'any sample'.
chemistry, immunology a sample with a mass or volume that is a known fraction of that of the whole.
[L. a few, several]

al·i·quot

(al'i-kwot)
A sample the mass or volume of which is a known fraction of that of the whole.
[L. a few, several]

aliquot

1. A sample quantity of a larger amount of a substance.
2. An amount that is an exact divisor of the whole quantity of a substance.

aliquot

any one of equal measured portions of the whole.
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Utilizing two robotic submodules, the Secondary Tube Manager creates and affixes barcode labels to aliquot tubes, and the Automated Aliquotter performs serum aspiration and distribution.
All results mentioned henceforth constitute the sum of the results obtained from each aliquot (and their replicates, if any) by experimental group, since there were no intra-group statistically significant differences (P>0.05).
The purpose of this study is to compare the cost of providing red blood cell aliquots using the Charter Medical eight bag aliquot set with the Charter Medical syringe aliquot system for neonatal red blood cell transfusions.
Aliquots of suppressor standard are then added and the reduction in peak area is recorded, this continues to an evaluation point (usually to the point where amount of deposition has been inhibited by fifty percent).
Homogenates were sedimented at 26,000 x g for 10 min to remove storage vesicles containing catecholamines, which interfere with TH activity, and assays were conducted with 100 [micro]L aliquots of the supernatant solution in a total volume of 550 [micro]L Each assay contained final concentrations of 910 [micro]M FeS[O.sub.4], 55 [micro]M unlabeled L-tyrosine (Sigma), 9.1 [micro]M pyridoxal phosphate (Sigma), 36 [micro]M [beta]-mercaptoethanol, and 180 [micro]M 2-amino-6,7-dimethyl-4-hydroxy5,6,7,8-tetrahydropteridine HCl (Sigma), all in a buffer of 180 mM sodium acetate and 1.8 mM sodium phosphate (pH 6.1).
Aliquots from 37 working and stock solutions (6 spices; 20 teas--5 black, 7 blended and 8 single-entity; 7 soybean varieties; and 4 pure plant compounds) were screened for their ability to affect the in vitro metabolism of marker substrates by cytochrome P450 2C9, 2C19, 2D6 and 3A4 isoforms.
Summing up the analysis of different dating protocols, we can conclude that besides single-grain procedures, which inevitably require statistical analysis of single results, it is necessary, when using the single-aliquot method, to make sure that the given aliquot includes adequately the sample being studied (deposit, its layer, etc.).
For example, the number 6 was thought of as "perfect" because the only smaller numbers that would divide into it evenly (the so-called aliquot parts) were 1, 2, and 3.
Pabel focuses on the Modus orandi Deum (1524), a treatise on prayer; Precatio dominica (1524), a paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer; and Precationes aliquot novae (1535), a prayer book teaching youths how to have a colloquy with God.
To test for the continued presence of ester in the bacterial cultures grown with ethyl butyrate as the sole carbon source, a 1.0 mL aliquot of culture was analyzed for ester.
Sanctae Inquisitionis Hispanicae Artes aliquot was first printed during 1567 in Heidelberg, say Parejoa, Pinilla, and Nelson, and it distinguished itself from all the other religious books produced by 16th-century Spanish exiles both in its content and in the historical circumstances in which it appeared.
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