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eluate

 [el´u-āt]
the substance separated out by, or the product of, elution or elutriation.

el·u·ate

(el'yū-āt),
The solution emerging from a column or paper in chromatography.
See also: elution.

eluate

/el·u·ate/ (el´u-āt) the substance separated out by, or the product of, elution or elutriation.

eluate

[el′yo̅o̅·āt]
Etymology: L, eluere, to wash out
a solution or substance that results from an elution process. In column chromatography the eluate is collected as it drips from the column.

el·u·ate

(el'yū-āt)
The solution emerging from a column or paper in chromatography.
See also: elution

el·u·ate

(el'yū-āt)
The solution emerging from a column or paper in chromatography.

eluate

the substance separated out by, or the product of, elution or elutriation.
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ions in the eluates ([micro]g/g) standard calibration curve were obtained by plotting the peak heights of known concentration of the Fluor solutions and calibration curve for Fluoride selective electrode constructed previously.
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The removal of unbound antibodies is done to ensure the eluate contains only those antibodies which are coating a patient's RBCs.
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