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el·u·ent also el·u·ant (ĕl′yo͞o-ənt)
A substance used as a solvent in separating materials in elution.
[Latin ēluēns, ēluent-, present participle of ēluere, to wash out; see elute.]
eluent (ˈɛljuːənt) or
(Chemistry) a solvent used for eluting
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RNA was extracted from 500 [micro]L plasma and the elutant
was 50 [micro]L.
1 M H3PO4 as mobile phase and the elutant
was scanned at 208 nm; for IAA, 35% methanol prepared in 0.
The material submerged in 1 mL of PBS and 1 mL and elutant
were collected and replaced every 10 min for the first hour and then hourly for the next 8 hours.
was dried using anhydrous sodium sulphate; once dry, the supernatant was transferred to a conical-base graduated tube, a small amount of dry [N.
Eighty percent cold acetone fractionation of pooled elutant
fractions of Agarose column chromatography concentrates the protein, acetone precipitation selected as priority over ammonium sulphate saturation since the latter imparts brownish colour to extract even after dialysis against 0.
Electrophoresis: Samples of elutant
from the Dynabead affnity method were prepared for gel electrophpresis by mixing 1:1 v/v in Laemmli was performed on 4-15% gels (BioRad) in TRIS/ glycine/SDS buffer (Biorad cat# 161-0732) for one hour st 120 V.
We also collected the elutant
or flow-through sample containing nonadherent cells from the sP tubes.