isoelectric


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i·so·e·lec·tric

 (ī′sō-ĭ-lĕk′trĭk)
adj.
Having equal electric potential.

isoelectric

(ˌaɪsəʊɪˈlɛktrɪk)
adj
(General Physics) having the same electric potential
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Oligoclonal IgG and free chains in multiple sclerosis demonstrated by thin-layer polyacrylamide gel isoelectric focusing and immunofixation.
Last, but certainly not least, can one presume that there is no additional benefit by analyzing free light chain bands [by isoelectric focusing] compared with the nephelometric quantification used in this study (1)?
Microbiologic and biochemical tests confirmed the presence of an extended spectrum beta-lactamase displaying an apparent isoelectric point value of 8.
Analytic isoelectric focusing (IEF) of the extract, followed by development with the nitrocefin chromogenic substrate (7), showed three bands of beta-lactamase activity of pIs 5.
8 (n=3) [greater than or equal to 32] (n=38) 18 (e) 2 16 (n=6) 5 (e) 0 8 (n=26) 12 (g) 0 4 (n=19) 6 (g) 1 (g) 2 (n=10) 2 (g) 0 [less than or equal to] 1 (n=11) 0 0 (a) pI, Isoelectric point.
Apo E phenotyping was performed by isoelectric focusing with use of in-house-prepared polyacrylamide gel slides (43 x 50 x 0.
Isoelectric focusing was performed on freeze-thaw extracts on polyacrylamide gels as described (4).
3 according to isoelectric focusing point and results were showed in figure 4 Gels A -D.
The nutritional value of proteins and lipids recovered with isoelectric processing is discussed, and extraction methods applied in food processes are described.
This hemoglobin variant was detected by isoelectric focusing moving just ahead of Hb A.
3) A Task Force report from the European Federation of Neurological Science (EFNS) recently described Class I evidence to support the use of isoelectric focusing for both predictive and diagnostic testing in the diagnosis of MS.
The QT interval was defined as between the beginning of QRS complex and the place where T wave descend onto the TP isoelectric line.