filtration fraction


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fil·tra·tion frac·tion (FF),

the fraction of the plasma entering the kidney that filters into the lumen of the renal tubules, determined by dividing the glomerular filtration rate by the renal plasma flow; normally, it is around 0.17.

fil·tra·tion frac·tion

(FF) (fil-trā'shŭn frak'shŭn)
The portion of the plasma entering the kidney that filters into the lumen of the renal tubules, determined by dividing the glomerular filtration rate by the renal plasma flow; normally, it is around 0.17.
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The term filtration fraction (FF) describes the percentage of the plasma that becomes glomerular filtrate.
SDS-PAGE of the same gel filtration fraction taken from a brown P.
However, in all coral species examined, SDS-PAGE of corresponding gel filtration fractions showed a single band with a subunit molecular weight of about 28 kD (Fig.
Results of spot test for gel filtration fractions in ELISA plate showed that there are some inhibition regions in the middle part of curve (Figure 1).
Based on results of Western blotting applied to gel filtration fractions, the content of monomeric CRP was reduced to half the original level when gel filtration was run in 0.
Figure 1A also indicates the location of native artemin and p26, chiefly in gel filtration fractions 9-12, corresponding to an average molecular mass of roughly 500 kD.