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chro·mat·o·graph

 (krō-măt′ə-grăf′)
n.
An instrument that produces a chromatogram.
tr.v. chro·mat·o·graphed, chro·mat·o·graph·ing, chro·mat·o·graphs
To separate and analyze by chromatography.

chro·mat′o·graph′ic adj.
chro·mat′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.chromatographically - by means of a chromatographic process
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Sometimes that component is not unique to the plant from which it was claimed to be derived, so we have to fail the sample as not being chromatographically equivalent to the reference samples we compared it to.
ICP-MS-DRC was coupled to HPLC and was used as a detector for six arsenic metabolites chromatographically separated by anion exchange using a Hamilton PRP-X100 column (Hamilton Company) with 10mM ammonium nitrate/ammonium phosphate, pH 9.
In these tests, the recombinant HIV-1/2 antigen (gp41, gp36)--colloid gold conjugate or/and the recombinant Treponema pallidum antigens colloid gold conjugate (17KDa), specimen sample, and sample diluent move along the membrane chromatographically to the test region and form a visible line as the antigen-antibody-antigen gold particle complex forms, with a high degree of sensitivity and specificity (20).
The recombinant HIV-1/2 antigen (gp24, p41 and gp36) gold conjugate and the sample move chromatographically to the test region (T) and develop a visible line as the antigen--antibody--antigen gold particle complex with a high degree of specificity and sensitivity.
Separation and purification of proteins is usually achieved chromatographically, with all of its disadvantages including high buffer requirements, large footprint, reuse and storage of resin studies as well as costs.
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Amino acids were chromatographically separated and quantified using a Model L-8900 Amino Acid Analyzer (Hitachi, Tokyo, Japan).
The mixture migrates upward on the membrane chromatographically by capillary action to react with the recombinant antigen on the membrane and generate a coloured line.
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Three subsequent condensation steps were proceeded out at specific conditions of temperature and pH with the help of stirrer and monitored chromatographically.