periodate


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periodate

(pɜːˈraɪəˌdeɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of a periodic acid
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Anti-CHIKV gamma globulin was precipitated from the HIS using saturated ammonium sulfate, and then conjugated to horseradish peroxidase (HRP) using the periodate oxidation method (20).
HPLC method using pre-column derivatization with peroxide or periodate oxidation.
Principle: Sialic acid is oxidised with sodium periodate in a concentrated phosphoric acid solution.
Formation of hemiacetals between neighbouring hexuronic acid residues during the periodate oxidation of alginate.
The periodate schiff reaction: specifity, kinetics and reaction products with pure substrate.
C18-cleaned extracts of each sample were derivatized using periodate oxidation (Anon 2005b) prior to qualitative LC-FLD analysis to determine both the presence of PST in the samples and the potential presence of iV-hydroxylated toxins.
The capped 5' end provides an additional 2'-3' cis-diol moiety of ribose, besides two 3' terminal riboses, all of which are susceptible to periodate oxidation and [beta]-elimination reaction by aniline.
Cholesterol, chloroform, glycerol, potassium hydroxide, sodium periodate, sodium arsenite, and chromotropic acid were purchased from SD Fine-Chem (Bombay, India).
Adoptive immunotherapy for stage IV renal cell carcinoma: a novel protocol utilizing periodate and interleukin-2-activated autologous leukocytes and continuous infusions of low-dose interleukin-2.
Quantification of bacterial lipopolysaccharides by the Purpald assay: Measuring formaldehyde generated from 2-keto-3-deoxyoctonate and heptose at the inner core by periodate oxidation.