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isoelectric

 [i″so-e-lek´trik]
showing no variation in electric potential.

i·so·e·lec·tric

(ī'sō-ē-lek'trik),
Of equal electrical potential. Compare: isoelectric point.
Synonym(s): isopotential
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Amino acid, Fatty Acid, and Mineral Profiles of Materials Recovered from Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Processing By-Products Using Isoelectric Solubilization/Precipitation.
These monitors also display a SR value which corresponds of the percentage of time in which the EEG is isoelectric over a 63 seconds period.
The lowest of FC for all PI were 15.38 - 30% and it occurred at isoelectric point (pH 4).Fermentation increase the FC of DFMPI compared to RMPI.
On the other hand, the proposed algorithm did not require the determination of isoelectric level.
The isoelectric focusing (IEF) program was set as follows: step 1: 250V (linear) for 30min; step 2: 500V (rapid) for 1h; step 3: 4000V (linear) for 4h; step 4: 4000V (rapid) for 30000Vh; and step 5: 500V (rapid) for 20h (holding step).
Isoelectric focusing electrophoresis was performed on all specimens at a hemolysate dilution of 20 g/L, using the Resolve hemoglobin kit (PerkinElmer, Waltham, Massachusetts).
Electrofocusing was performed according to O'Farrell [35] and the isoelectric point (pI) values were calculated from a calibration curve as described by Ubuka et al.
aureus in response to phage infection are enlisted in Tables 1(a) and 1(b) along with their respective molecular weights (MW) and isoelectric points (pI).
Once the isoelectric point of the coagulant and flocculant was determined, as well as the sampled wastewater, polyelectrolytes dosing was studied at different pH values.
In the results of the isoelectric points (pI), there were various values (4.82-5.22).
(2) The QRS axis is markedly rightward: negative in lead I, positive in lead aVF, and isoelectric in lead aVR, indicating an axis in the frontal plane of +120[degrees].
GROUP I EEG Pattern--Normal EEG, GROUP II EEG Patterns-Focal/multifocal lateralisation; Positive sharp rolandic waves; Excessive sharp wave activity; Multiple polyspike pattern; Asynchronacy/high voltage delta activity and GROUP III EEG Patterns--Persistent marked voltage suppression; Burst suppression pattern; Isoelectric background pattern