microbiological assay


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microbiological assay

[-bī·əloj′ik]
1 the use of microorganisms for measuring the activity of organic compounds.
2 the calculation of the purity of nutritional factors such as vitamins by measuring the growth of certain bacteria.
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Whole-blood folate values in subjects with different methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase genotypes: differences between the radio-assay and microbiological assays.
A microbiological assay has commonly been used to analyze the amount of B12 in samples, but that method takes days and is expensive.
Serum cobalamin was determined by a Lactobacillus leichmannii microbiological assay (19) and serum and wholeblood folate by a L.
We recently combined the advantages of a microbiological assay and DBS in an assay for erythrocyte folate (1).
These EDTA-WB hemolysates require a further 20-fold (or more) dilution before analysis by microbiological assay with Lactobacillus rhamnosus.
casei), used in the classical microbiological assay of folate, would prevent the saponin molecule from reaching the outer bacterial membrane.

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