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- noun The solution of solvent and dissolved matter resulting from elution.
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- noun A liquid
solutionthat results from elution.
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- noun a liquid solution that results from elution
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The “iso” form of the amide is recovered by evaporating the chloroform eluate to dryness in vacuo.
The eluate is treated with tartaric acid to form the acid tartrate of d-lysergic acid N,N-diethyl amide which is isolated.
The HPLC instrument consisted of Rheodyne rotary valve which was equipped with a 100 ml loop, in order to collect sufficient eluate from the column for scintillation studies.
Immunoblots using the anti-His antibody showed that wild type PLN was present in the COP-precipitated eluate however, PLN RΔ14 was not co-immunoprecipitated.
FOXL2 is sumoylated in vivo in physiological conditions: (D) Immunoprecipitation was done using anti-FOXL2 antibody on α-T31 cell lysate and the eluate analyzed by western blotting using anti-FOXL2 antibody (left panel) or anti-SUMO-1 antibody (right panel).
The column eluate was monitored at 215 nm, and 1 min (1 ml) fractions were collected.
The eluate was dialyzed against 50 mM Tris pH 7.9 overnight at 4
Then, the eluate was diluted to a final concentration of 0.1% SDS with lysis buffer and immunoprecipitation was repeated with the supernatant with fresh beads and antibody.
This causes the smaller molecules to appear in the later fractions of the eluate.
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