isotypic


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i·so·typ·ic

(ī'sō-tip'ik),
Pertaining to an isotype.

i·so·typ·ic

(ī'sō-tip'ik)
Pertaining to an isotype.
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E] is elementary abelian, with the isotypic decomposition with respect to E, V = V [direct sum] xxx [direct sum] [V.
The possibility of a nonspecific signal was rejected, as it was not detected in the lanes corresponding to an immunoprecipitation with an irrelevant isotypic antibody or without antibody.
Relationship to other species: It is the first known mineral which contains Cu, Mo, S and O as its main elements and it is isotypic with synthetic [Cu.
The percentage of events reactive with each monoclonal antibody was determined, setting thresholds with isotypic controls.
the space C[infinity](B) of sections of B over the homogeneous space X of G is naturally a G-module; the multiplicities of the isotypic components of these G-modules are determined in [12] using the branching law of [21].
To ensure the specificity of the results, nonspecific antibody background binding was determined with the appropriately labeled isotypic control immunoglobulin IgG.
1) In a model representation, isotypic components are irreducible components, so projection operators map directly onto irreducible modules without being mixed up among multiple isomorphic copies of the same module.
It is convenient to consider the decomposition of M in isotypic components as [k.
Relationship to other species: It is isotypic with jamesite whose revised formula is [Pb.