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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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After 30 s, 1.2 ml of staining solution (6 [micro]g/ml AO, chromatographically purified in 0.2 mol/l [Na.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4], 1 mmol/l disodium EDTA, 0.15 mol/l NaCl, 0.1 mol/l citric acid monohydrate, pH=6.0) was added, and the stained sample was placed into the flow cytometer sample chamber.
Indeed, preliminary qualitative gas chromatography-mass spectrometry revealed the presence of 22 components, accounting for about 99.4% of the total chromatographically materials.
C[O.sub.2] was separated chromatographically from other gases present in the samples and then transferred to the IRMS, where the oxygen stable isotopes were measured.
Briefly, 25(OH)D was immunoaffinity enriched from 154 single-donor human serum samples, and the derivatized extracted analytes and stable isotope-labeled analogs were chromatographically separated using Waters Acquity UPLC coupled online via an electrospray ionization source operating in positive ion detection mode for analysis by multiple reaction monitoring on a Waters Xevo triple quadrupole mass spectrometer.
The porcine epidermal ceramides consisted of six chromatographically distinct fractions, and each had a defined structure.
The assay chromatographically analyzes radioactive hydrolysis products, either free fatty acids (FFA) or lysophosphatidylcholine (LPC), of 2-palmitoyl-(2-palmitoyl- [sup.14]C)-phosphatidylcholine ([sup.14]C-PC).
The target compounds in Groups 1 and 2 were chromatographically separated on a Supelco Titan[TM] C18 UHPLC column (1.9 [micro]m particle size, 5 cm x 2.1 mm), which was locally supplied by Sigma-Aldrich (Aston Manor, South Africa).
pylori antigen-colloid gold conjugate and serum sample moves along the membrane chromatographically to the test region (T) and forms a visible line as the antigen-antibody-antigen gold particle complex forms.
In this study, chlorogenic acids were identified chromatographically with the aid of our recently developed in-source collision induced dissociation method.
Subsamples of all 10 saffron samples were analyzed chromatographically without irradiation (control group), followed by analysis of 10 further subsamples after being exposed to [sup.60]Co-[gamma] irradiation doses of 10kGy for 5h or 10 kGy for 10 h in Xi'an Beilin Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Prockop, "Chromatographically isolated [CD63.sup.+] [CD81.sup.+] extracellular vesicles from mesenchymal stromal cells rescue cognitive impairments after TBI," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.