micromethod


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micromethod

 [mi´kro-meth″od]
a technique dealing with exceedingly small quantities of material.

micromethod

(mī″krō-mĕth′ŏd)
Any chemical or physical procedure involving small amounts of material or tissue.
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The method is a comprehensive method that contains macro- and micromethods (the combination of material science and continuous media mechanics or mechanical damage and physical damage).
Patsalos, "A micromethod for the determination of the new antiepileptic drug levetiracetam (ucb LO59) in serum or plasma by high performance liquid chromatography," Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, vol.
Once growth occurred, the inoculum along with RapID[TM] Inoculation Fluid was poured into wells in the Thermo Scientific[TM] RapID ANA II System, an identification system used for anaerobes that utilizes a qualitative micromethod employing conventional and chromogenic substrates.
The MIKROLATEST kits are a standardized micromethod system for rapid, reliable routine identification of the most clinically important bacteria and yeasts, in every case on the basis of 24 biochemical tests placed in microwells.
Simple and precise micromethod for EDTA titration of calcium.
MICs were determined by a broth dilution micromethod according to EUCAST and CASFM recommendations (www.sfm-microbiologie.org).
Allen Jr., "Micromethod for rapid separation of lymphocytes from peripheral blood," Annals of Clinical Laboratory Science, vol.
Protein concentration was determined using the Bradford micromethod (Bio-Rad, Life Science Group, Marnes-la-Coquette, France) and is expressed as mg/mL.
Francoual et al., "HPLC micromethod for simultnaeous measurement of estradiol, progesterone, androgen and glucocorticoid receptor levels.