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copurify

(kəʊˈpjʊərɪˌfaɪ)
vb (intr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
(of a compound) to purify, and be purified by, another compound
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Those proteins that copurify with the Buchnera cells through the enrichment series are predicted to be associated with the Buchnera cells (Fig.
Mitochondrial PKC epsilon and mitochondrial ATP-sensitive 1< + channel copurify and coreconsti-tute to form a functioning signaling module in proteoliposomes.
Mitochondrial PKC epsilon and mitochondrial ATP-sensitive K+ channel copurify and coreconstitute to form a functioning signaling module in proteoliposomes.
The RNase cocktail enzyme mix was necessary because the Qiagen[R] spin columns copurify RNA and DNA in parallel when both are present in a sample.
coli recombinant proteins, that copurify with MSP5, interfere with the ELISA giving rise to false positives.
Internal amplification controls (IACs) that copurify and coamplify with the target nucleic acid are sensitive indicators of loss or degradation of the target during processing and inhibition of amplification and detection.
Dyes present in the commercial mouthwashes and remaining in this supernatant fraction could copurify with the DNA and potentially interfere with downstream analyses.
Fibrinogen is isolated from plasma by a method that tends to copurify with a lot of viruses," notes Drohan.
It is well established that most kinases (proline-directed and non-proline-directed) copurify with their cytoskeletal substrates as multimeric complexes.