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turbidimeter

 [ter″bĭ-dim´ĕ-ter]
an instrument that measures the turbidity of a solution by measuring the loss of intensity of a beam of light in passing through the solution.

tur·bi·dim·e·ter

(tŭr'bi-dim'ĕ-tĕr),
An instrument for measuring turbidity.

turbidimeter

/tur·bi·dim·e·ter/ (ter″bĭ-dim´ĕ-ter) an apparatus for measuring turbidity of a solution.

turbidimeter

an apparatus for measuring turbidity of a solution.
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The rate of this reaction is measured turbidimetrically at 340nm and blanked at 700nm and is inversely proportional to the concentration of HbA1c in the sample.
Water-soluble sulfate was determined turbidimetrically using flow injection analysis colourimetry (Lachat QuickChem 8000).
We determined lipase activity turbidimetrically (triolein) at 25 and 37 [degrees]C.
The thermostability of both the macroform and normal pancreatic lipase was tested by continuously monitoring lipase activity turbidimetrically during heating of the serum specimen up to 55 [degrees]C (21).
3] with potassium chromate as indicator, and sulfates were determined turbidimetrically with Ba[Cl.
The desialylated isoforms eluted from an ion-exchange microcolumn form immune complexes with anti-transferrin antibodies, which are quantified turbidimetrically.
p]%) were analysed turbidimetrically using flow injection analysis colorimetry (Lachat QuikChem 8000); standards were made up in the same matrix (i.
Apo A-I was measured turbidimetrically on the Wako-30R analyzer with reagents purchased from Greiner Biochemica.
Subsequent quantification of the CDT-isotransferrins in column effluxes or eluates is done by RIA [CDTect-RIA (Pharmacia & Upjohn), and %CDT (AXIS, Oslo, Norway)], enzyme immunoassay (CDTect-EIA; Pharmacia & Upjohn), or turbidimetrically (CDTri-TIA; AXIS).