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 (ĕl′yo͞o-ĭt, -āt′)
The solution of solvent and dissolved matter resulting from elution.

[Latin ēluere, to wash out; see elute + -ate.]


(Chemistry) a solution of adsorbed material in the eluent obtained during the process of elution


(ˈɛl yu ɪt, -ˌeɪt)

a liquid solution resulting from eluting.
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Noun1.eluate - a liquid solution that results from elution
solution - a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances; frequently (but not necessarily) a liquid solution; "he used a solution of peroxide and water"
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The samples were passed through a chromatographic column and then the filtered eluate was received, the collected extracts were dried under a gentle stream of pure nitrogen (N2).
A capture resin must ideally have high dynamic binding capacity (DBC) and the capability to interact with the target molecules more strongly than the impurities to ensure a relatively pure and concentrated eluate for the next step in the workflow.
If eluate was reactive and final wash supernate was non-reactive, then eluate reactions were valid.
Since this method is a combination of two or more purification chemistries, it usually saves processing time and effort in the long run, since the eluate from one column does not have to be processed (diluted/concentrated/desalted) before loading on the second column.
Elution studies are performed by removing the antibody from the patient's RBCs, by using various methodologies (eg, chemical, heat, or pH changes), and subsequently testing the RBC eluate against a standard panel of reagent cells.
The 95% LLOD for each target, in copies/mL of eluate (5 mL added to each ZCD reaction), was as follows: Zika virus, 7.
This highly specific clean-up removes interference and results in a clean eluate, which removes the need to use matrix matched or isotopic labelled standards.
Collectively this resulted in the possibility of two freeze-thaw cycles for the urine samples and one for the eluate.