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cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt),
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.
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These insights are according to the intelligence report, titled, 'Instrument Calibrator Market: Global Industry Analysis (2013-2018) and Forecast (2019-2027),' which has been of late added to Market Research Reports Search Engine's (MRRSE) extensive armamentarium.
Calibrators, 2 control CSF samples from the BIODEM laboratory (Institute Born-Bunge, University of Antwerp), and brain homogenate were separated on the basis of their molecular weights by use of a 12% Bis-Tris gel (Bolt[TM], Thermo Fisher Scientific) with 1x MES SDS running buffer (Thermo Fisher).
(16) In fact, a numeric correction of Siemens' results before their use with any Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemiology Collaboration (CKD EPI) cystatin C-based eGFR equations has been suggested for laboratories that measure cystatin C by using Siemens reagents, calibrators, and instrument systems.
The Thermo Scientific High-Level Model 81iH and Low-Level Model 81iL Mercury Calibrators also offer: a vapor generator to allow calibration of the instrument directly, as well as calibration through the extraction probe; Ethernet connectivity to provide efficient remote access for downloading data from the instrument; ability to perform diagnostic calibrations directly to the analyzer and probe; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) traceability; and additional benefits of the iSeries platform, including flexible communications, ease of service and a simplified interface.
Also, the calibrator can read analog output and communicate digitally.
Students in the upper tail of the distribution were classified as good and students in the lower tail were classified as poor calibrators. In order to identify students at the extremes of calibration accuracy, only students who were consistently poor and consistently good across prediction and postdiction accuracy were included in the comparative analysis of attributions for good versus poor calibrators.
The authors aim to develop and validate an algorithm for the thermal design of calibrators for thermoplastic extrudates.
The CTD 9300 dry well calibrators are produced for two ranges: The Model CTD 9300-160 from 30 to 160[degrees]C, and the Model CTD 9300-600 from 40-600[degrees]C.
With the growing emphasis on protective maintenance and regulations to monitor quality, instrument calibrators are gaining industry wide traction.
To that end, we compared measured rivaroxaban concentrations with the same anti-Xa kit but employing different calibrators, with different anti-Xa kits but the same calibrators, with antithrombin (AT)-supplemented anti-Xa kit versus nonsupplemented kits, and with 2 DRVVT-based methods.
Multifunction Calibrators are useful tools for a number of industries where setup or testing of instrumentation is critical.
The 526 replaces the company's 522 and Analogic 8200 DC Calibrators; remote programming protocol is compatible with both units Krohn-Hite, www.rsleads.com/005ee-215