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1. A line on a weather map connecting points of equal atmospheric pressure. Also called isopiestic.
2. Any of two or more kinds of atoms having the same atomic mass but different atomic numbers.

[iso- + Greek baros, weight; see gwerə- in Indo-European roots.]

i′so·bar′ic (-bär′ĭk, -băr′-) adj.


(ˌaɪsəʊˈbærɪk) or


1. (Physical Geography) Also: isopiestic having equal atmospheric pressure
2. (Physical Geography) of or relating to isobars
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The proposed material will also allow the analysis of the largest number of endogenous steroids, With separation of isobaric molecules, Urinary catecholamines, As well as plasma and urinary metanephrines.
To explore the possible mechanisms, we used isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantification (iTRAQ) techniques combined with multidimensional liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) analysis to perform a quantitative proteomic analysis.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Don and John Dutton developed exact equations for the available potential energy of Earth's atmosphere, extending the work of Lorenz and others who used approximate equations in isobaric coordinates.
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Conclusion: Isobaric bupivacaine is associated with more hemodynamic stability and shorter sensory and motor blockade in mothers under spinal anesthesia for C/S.
This can be explained using Figure 2, in which the isobaric density diagram of propene is shown.
Therefore, this study was conducted to compare the efficacy and characteristics of isobaric forms of intrathecal levobupivacaine 0.
Isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantification (iTRAQJ, one widely used proteomics technique, allows the differential labeling of peptides from distinct proteomes, which provides a more comprehensive approach for finding biomarkers (Weist et al.