micromethod


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micromethod

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌmɛθəd)
n
a method that involves the use of a microscopea method that deals with extremely small quantities of material
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Chemical basis of the carbamidodiacetyl micromethod for estimation of urea, citrulline, and carbamyl derivatives.
(1979), and trypsin activity by the modified micromethod based on Erlanger et al.
A short-run new analytical ultracentrifugal micromethod for determining low-density lipoprotein sub-fractions using Schlieren refractometry.
Guerrini, "A new rapid micromethod for the assay of phenobarbital from dried blood spots by LC-tandem mass spectrometry.," Epilepsia, vol.
Soloni, "Simplified manual micromethod for determination of serum triglycerides.," Clinical Chemistry, vol.
Blood samples were taken by cardiac puncture to verify the hypoxic state assessing the hematocrit (%) by micromethod [21].
Modolell, "Determination of arginase activity in macrophages: a micromethod," Journal of Immunological Methods, vol.
API ZYM is a semi-quantitative micromethod designed for the assessment of enzymatic activities.
In general, the main methods of characterizing the damage and damage evolution of a material are the mesomethod based on material science (metal physics), the macromethod based on phenomenology, and the micromethod based on statistics.