macromethod

macromethod

/mac·ro·meth·od/ (-meth″id) a chemical method using customary (not minute) quantities of the substance being analyzed.

macromethod

(mak′rō-meth″ŏd) [ macro- + method]
An imprecise term for the use of visible, rather than minute, quantities of a substance in a chemical examination or assay
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In addition, the E-test macromethod was performed to screen for heteroresistant vancomycin-intermediate S.
Evaluation of the accuracy of the Etest macromethod for detection of heterogeneous vancomycinintermediate S.
Several other methods have been developed recently, with the Etest macromethod showing good sensitivity and specificity, compared with PAP, Dr.
Cholesterol content was quantified with the macromethod described in Table 1, and the final concentration was corrected for dilution.
After 15 min, the HDL fraction was isolated as described, and cholesterol was determined with the macromethod.
2] and dextran sulfate; the HDL fraction was isolated as described and assayed for cholesterol with the macromethod.
For all ESBL-producing isolates, MICs of ceftriaxone, ceftazidime, azithromycin, and imipenem were determined by the Etest macromethod (bioMerieux, Marcy L'Etoile, France).
We determined MICs for nalidixic acid, ciprofloxacin, and chloramphenicol using the Etest macromethod (bioMerieux).
First, the costs of energy not supplied were determined using simple macromethods [6].