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pic·rate

 (pĭk′rāt′)
n.
A salt or ester of picric acid.
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picrate

(ˈpɪkreɪt)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of picric acid, such as sodium picrate
2. (Elements & Compounds) a charge-transfer complex formed by picric acid
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Simple picrate paper kit for determination of the cyanogenic potential of cassava flour.
Colorimetric determination of trimethylamine as the picrate salt.
An overnight fasting blood sample was taken in the morning, and the serum creatinine was analyzed using a HITACHI 7150 (before 2005) or a TOSHIBA C8000 (after 2005) analyzer with the uncompensated Jaffe method involving an alkaline picrate kinetic test (Myers et al.
The EuBIVAS project: within-and between-subject biological variation data for serum creatinine using enzymatic and alkaline picrate methods and implications for monitoring.
All these possible interferences can potentially interfere with alkaline picrate to give false increase in serum creatinine (4).
In the sample, creatinine reacts with picrate in alkaline medium, forming a colored complex.
Other investigations of an iron-based additive, ferrous picrate, without a DPF showed that fuel economy and N[O.sub.x] emissions were decreased, while HC and CO emissions increased [113].
Cyanides were evaluated in the cassava roots and in the different gari sample using picrate colorimetric method proposed by de B.
Serum and urine creatinine were measured using a Jaffe alkaline picrate method (Beckman-Coulter).
Serum urea was estimated by Berthelot's method[5] while creatinine was estimated by alkaline Jaffe's Picrate method.[6] These biochemical parameters were determined by using a fully automated clinical chemistry analyzer.