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pi·co·mole (pmol),

(pī'kō-mōl, pē'kō-mōl),
One trillionth of a mole (10-12 mol).


(pmol) (pī'kō-mōl)
One trillionth of a mole (10-12 mole).
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However, for early discovery or biomarker analyses, researchers are frequently working with small amounts of sample, often less than a picomole.
22) The total run time is four minutes, and the analytical sensitivity is in the picomole range; inter- and intra-assay precision is less than 3.
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The MAGIC 2002 Capillary HPLC System is ideally suited to interface with a variety of commercial micro or nano ESI-MS systems for picomole to attomole peptide mapping and identification of proteins from 2D gels.
The detection was quantitative over the three orders of magnitude that were examined in the femtomole to picomole range.