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*  Joshua Harold Burn
Methods of Biological Assay, 1928; Recent Advances in Materia Medica, 1931; Biological Standardization, 1937; Background of ...
*  Ronald Fisher bibliography
Fisher, R. A. (1949). "A Biological Assay of Tuberculins". Biometrics. 5 (4): 300-316. doi:10.2307/3001513. JSTOR 3001513. PMID ... "Statistical Appendix to a Paper by J. Davidson on Biological Studies of Aphis rumicis". Annals of Applied Biology. 9: 142-145. ... "The Case of Zero Survivors in Probit Assays". Annals of Applied Biology. 22: 164-165. 1935. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7348.1935. ... Fisher, R. A. (1931). "The Evolution of Dominance". Biological Reviews. 6 (4): 345-368. doi:10.1111/j.1469-185X.1931.tb01030.x ...
*  Edge effects
... in biological assays refer to artifacts in data that are caused by the position of the wells on a screening plate ... ISBN 978-1-4443-3254-4. Reducing Edge Effects in biological assays. ... rather than a biological effect.[citation needed] The edge effect in scanning electron microscopy is the phenomenon in which ... in the environmental conditions that result from the proximity to a structurally dissimilar matrix Direct biological effects- ...
*  Herbert McLean Evans
Biological Assays of Various Synthetic Compounds". Science. 88 (2271): 38-39. doi:10.1126/science.88.2271.38. PMID 17780891. ... Journal of Biological Chemistry. 113 (1): 319-332. Evans, H. M.; Emerson, O. H.; Emerson, G. A. (2009). "THE ISOLATION FROM ...
*  Dilution assay
ISBN 0-521-08041-X Finney, D.J. (1978). Statistical Method in Biological Assay, 3rd Ed. Griffin, London. ISBN 0-02-844640-2 ... Dilution assays can be direct or indirect. In a direct dilution assay the amount of dose needed to produce a specific (fixed) ... The term dilution assay is generally used to designate a special type of bioassay in which one or more preparations (e.g. a ... The biological response u {\displaystyle u} is in this case the zone of inhibition and the diameter of this zone f ( u ) {\ ...
*  Seneka Bibile
His doctorate thesis was a study of biological assays of cortical hormone and their application. His PhD supervisor was Dr ... Will his drugs legacy survive the new tendencies in the industry ? S.W., Bibile, (1952). "Biological assays of cortical hormone ...
*  DNA methylation
Together with biological assay, these methods greatly facilitate the DNA methylation analysis. 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine 5- ... Molecular break light assay for DNA adenine methyltransferase activity - an assay that relies on the specificity of the ... and often such models are faster and cheaper to perform than biological assays. Such up-to-date computational models include ... the assay is similar in concept to the HELP assay. Methylated DNA immunoprecipitation (MeDIP), analogous to chromatin ...
*  Base-cation saturation ratio
Feed efficiency in terms of biological assays of soil treatments. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc 7:322-330. Bear, F.E., S.J. Toth, and ... Feed efficiency in terms of biological assays of soil treatments. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc 7:322-330. St. John, R. A.; N.E. ... The reduction of weeds and pests can be directly attributed to an increase in soil biological activity and subsequent crop ... biological activity, weed growth, or incidence of disease. Kelling concluded that the Ca:Mg ratio had no significant effect on ...
*  Heparin
This property is exploited in a range of molecular biological assays. Common diagnostic procedures require PCR amplification of ... Current clinical laboratory assays for heparin rely on an indirect measurement of the effect of the drug, rather than on a ... Hansen R, Koster A, Kukucka M, Mertzlufft F, Kuppe H (2000). "A quick anti-Xa-activity-based whole blood coagulation assay for ... It has the highest negative charge density of any known biological molecule. In addition to the bovine and porcine tissue from ...
*  D. J. Finney
Probit Analysis, Cambridge University Press, 1947 Statistical methods in biological assay, Hafner, 1952; Griffin, 1971, ISBN ...
*  Umu Chromotest
The Umu Chromotest, first developed and published by Oda et al., is a biological assay (bioassay) to assess the genotoxic ... As with other bacterial genotoxicity and mutagenicity assays, compounds requiring metabolic activation for activity can be ...
*  Fieller's theorem
1944) "A fundamental formula in the statistics of biological assay, and some applications". Quarterly Journal of Pharmacy and ... 1940) "The biological standardisation of insulin". Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Supplement). 1:1-54. JSTOR 2983630 ...
*  Kröhnke pyridine synthesis
This methodology would also be advantageous for biological assays and screening experiments. The Kröhnke methodology has also ...
*  PubChem
... is a database of chemical molecules and their activities against biological assays. The system is maintained by the ...
*  Digital microfluidics
... chemical synthesis or biological assays) can be built up step-by-step. And in contrast to continuous-flow microfluidics, ... a modular nuclear magnetic resonance-digital microfluidics system for biological assays". The Analyst. 139 (23): 6204-6213. doi ... which reduce non-specific absorption and biofouling when dealing with biological fluids such as proteins, biological serums, ... Biological separations usually involve low concentration high volume samples. This can pose an issue for digital microfluidics ...
*  SOS chromotest
The SOS chromotest is a biological assay to assess the genotoxic potential of chemical compounds. The test is a colorimetric ... After allowing time for protein synthesis, β-galactosidase activity is assayed using a simple colorimetric assay. By including ... The assay can easily be completed in a number of hours. If using a micro-plate reader, the test is quantitative and dose- ... In the quantitative assay, the dose-response (colour production linked to beta-galactosidase production) of a compound is ...
*  Ames test
More formally, it is a biological assay to assess the mutagenic potential of chemical compounds. A positive test indicates that ... The assay is performed in triplicates to provide statistical robustness. It uses the recommended OECD Guideline 471 tester ... A test sample is assayed across 6 dose levels with concurrent zero-dose (background) and positive controls which all fit into ... The test serves as a quick and convenient assay to estimate the carcinogenic potential of a compound because standard ...
*  Genotype
Genotyping is the process of elucidating the genotype of an individual with a biological assay. Also known as a genotypic assay ...
*  IBA Lifesciences
This delivers label-free, non-activated cells suitable for immunologic or cell biological assays. The technology can be used ... This can be used for i.e. drug screening, diagnostic assays, immobilization and interaction studies. Due to its small size and ...
*  Personalized medicine
Genotyping is the process of obtaining an individual's DNA sequence by using biological assays. By having a detailed account of ... This technology is an assay that is developed during or after a drug is made available on the market and is helpful in ...
*  S9 fraction
The S9 fraction is the product of an organ tissue homogenate used in biological assays. The S9 fraction is most frequently used ... ISBN 0-470-86893-7. Vogel, H. Gerhard (2006). Drug discovery and evaluation: safety and pharmacokinetic assays. Springer. p. ... ISBN 3-540-25638-5. Mortelmans K, Zeiger E (November 2000). "The Ames Salmonella/microsome mutagenicity assay". Mutat. Res. 455 ... in assays that measure the metabolism of drugs and other xenobiotics. It is defined by the U.S. National Library of Medicine's ...
*  Ascorbic acid (molecular aspects)
He suspected it to be the antiscorbutic factor but could not prove it without a biological assay. This assay was finally ... The ascorbate ion is the predominant species at typical biological pH values. It is a mild reducing agent and antioxidant. It ... Intravenous high-dose ascorbate is being used as a chemotherapeutic and biological response modifying agent. Currently it is ... "The Riordan IVC Protocol for Adjunctive Cancer Care: Intravenous Ascorbate as a Chemotherapeutic and Biological Response ...
*  Molecular diagnostics
Single devices to do the assay from beginning to end are now available. Molecular diagnostics uses in vitro biological assays ... The assay detects a molecule, often in low concentrations, that is a marker of disease or risk in a sample taken from a patient ... As of 2010, assays that incorporate an array of antibodies against specific protein marker molecules are an emerging technology ... Cardiovascular risk is indicated by biological markers and screening can measure the risk that a child will be born with a ...
*  Cynomorium
... by means of multiple chemical and biological assays". Nutrients. 5 (1): 149-161. doi:10.3390/nu5010149. PMC 3571642 . PMID ...
*  Ligand binding assay
"Assay Acceptance Criteria for Multiwell-Plate-Based Biological Potency Assays". BioProcess International. 12 (1): 30-41. http ... binding-assay.com/binding-assay-types/solid-phase-assays/on-bead-assays Moss, ed. by Tom (2001). "Filter-Binding Assays". DNA- ... Ligand binding assays (LBA) is an assay, or an analytic procedure, whose procedure or method relies on the binding of ligand ... Filter assays are a solid phase ligand binding assay that use filters to measure the affinity between two molecules. In a ...
*  Phage display
US patent 5866363, Pieczenik G, "Method and means for sorting and identifying biological information", published 1999-02-02 ... pVII and pIX fusions without pelB was more efficient than pIII fusions in affinity selection assays. The paper even goes on to ...