purificative

purificative

(ˈpjʊərɪfɪˌkeɪtɪv)
adj
another word for purificatory
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1C); after both purificative steps a single symmetric peak was obtained called gpMucA and gpMucB, respectively, implying that the purity of these fractions is similar to that of gpMuc as confirmed by SDS-PAGE using a 12% gel (w/v) (Fig.
The tax, as it were, payable upon acceptance into the purificative region of Literature (with a capital L) is subjugation of the material to the conventional taxonomic classificatory principle.