target concentration


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target concentration

A grouping of geographically proximate targets. See also target; target complex.
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68 (a) The values are expressed as the % of the target concentration measured in freshly prepared samples of whole blood to which known concentrations of hydroxyurea were added.
The literature does not address the manufacturing method used to produce these products but it does provide detailed information about the target concentrations of both drugs as well as specification ranges.
Therefore, during anesthesia induction using TCI propofol combined with remifentanil, we should modify the target concentration or the TCI technique, such as step-wise (two stepwise or three step-wise) technique or a step-by-step technique, can result in stable hemodynamic, especially for the elderly patients, or in those with the cardiovascular diseases.
Despite the increase in dose, the blood concentration of FK506 was only maintained at a lower level, failing to achieve the target concentration most of the time.
Most scientists who are actively working with vitamin D now believe that 40 to 60 ng/ml is the appropriate target concentration of 25-vitamin D in the blood for preventing the major vitamin D-deficiency related diseases, and have joined in a letter on this topic," said Garland.
This could be explained by the fact that these recalcitrant hydrocarbons were present in very high initial concentrations (approximately 500 mg/kg as target concentration with variation less than 10%) mimicking industrially contaminated sites and thus maximum 6 h of irradiation did not result in a significant formation of oxidative species (hydrogen peroxide and hydroxyl radicals) that were responsible for the POPs degradation.
While a lot can be done with technologies that are currently available, the reality is that meeting even a 450-part-per-million target concentration for carbon dioxide would be difficult to achieve without new technologies, particularly carbon capture and sequestration.
Real-time sampling collects information about mass, particle number, and particle size during exposure, so exposures can be adjusted to correct the dose as needed to match a target concentration.
Whereas standard PCR methods analyze product formation during the plateau phase (or endpoint), real-time PCR quantification occurs during logarithmic amplification of the target, which can be more accurately related to initial target concentration.
01 N sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution of T4 at a target concentration of 50 [micro]g/mL.
That is, in the initial testing of samples, we estimate the number of 2-h vacuumings of the room's surfaces and contents that are required to achieve the target concentration [[bar.