Essential Ion Channel Methods

Author: P. Michael Conn
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780123822376
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This volume was prepared with a view toward providing a sampling of the range of molecular and physical methods that are significant for the study of ion channels.

Essential Bioimaging Methods

Author: P. Michael Conn
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780080963426
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Part of the Reliable Lab Solution series, this volume provides clear advice and explicit protocols, providing updates to classic, tried-and-true methods and an essential addition to the bookshelf or workbench of any researcher in the field. ...

Essential Zebrafish Methods Genetics And Genomics

Author: H. William Detrich, III
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780123751614
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The methods in this volume were hand-selected by the editors, whose goal was to a provide a handy and cost-effective collection of fail-safe methods, tips, and "tricks of the trade" to both experienced researchers and more junior members in ...

Practical Approaches To Method Validation And Essential Instrument Qualification

Author: Chung Chow Chan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118060318
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Verification of multi-channel liquid dispenser performance in the 4–30 μL range
by using optical pathlength measurements in microplates. Clin. Chem. ... Liquid
handling: dispensing reliability. Anal. Chem., 75:397A–399A, 2003. M. Connors
and R. Curtis. Pipetting error: a real problem with a simple solution: 2. Am. Lab
News, 31(25): 12, 1999. J. Peters. Determination of uncertainty for volume
measurements made using the titration method. Am. Lab., pp. 14–22, Oct. 2004.
H. Rhode ...

Laboratory And Field Testing Of Unsaturated Soils

Author: Alessandro Tarantino
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402088191
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... operate differently. The Wescor HR-33T is a single-channel datalogger and
can be used to determine the total suction of a sample using either dew point (
hygrometric) or wet bulb (psychrometric) methods. ... This voltage is converted to
total suction using standard salt solutions in the case for calibration. Careful
cleaning and thorough drying of the psychrometers before and after calibration
and measurements are essential to reliable instrument performance.
Contaminants, such as ...

Approach Channels

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Publisher: PIANC
ISBN: 2872230874
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In this paragraph some considerations on in situ measurements are given. The
need for in situ squat measurements may exist for: restricted channels
unrestricted shallow water open and deep water sills. When considering
measurements, the following items may be important: • Measuring method and
instruments: fault and reliability analysis are essential, before and after the
measurements. • Ship-related items: ship geometry, loading condition, stability (
longitudinal and transversal), ...

Issues In Environmental Research And Application 2013 Edition

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Publisher: ScholarlyEditions
ISBN: 1490109358
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The parametric uncertainty in open channel design is modeled using first order
reliability method (FORM). A bi-objective optimization model is presented in the
study which minimizes the cost and minimizes the probability of overtopping
considering a probabilistic cost function as the objective function. A new
approach is proposed to solve the model in a meta-heuristic environment
following PGSL as the solution method. Also a chance constrained optimization
model which considers ...

Communication For Command And Control Systems

Author: D. J. Morris
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483155196
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Even then the equipment must first be run in the laboratory for a sufficient period
before it can be introduced to operate with 'live' actions. With all these ... 1.32
Techniques suggested in achieving high system reliability Redundancy being
one of the essential techniques used for achieving high reliability the subject
calls for elaboration. ... An example for backup could be a radio communication
channel that is introduced when the wire communication channel is disconnected
. Another ...

The Essentials Of Computer Organization And Architecture

Author: Linda Null
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1284033155
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IBM calls this idea spatial reuse because no parts of the system have to wait for
the bus if there is a clear path between the source and the target. Because of its
elegance, speed, and reliability, SSA was poised to become the dominant
interconnection method for large computer systems . . . until Fibre Channel came
along. Fibre channel In 1991, engineers at the CERN (Conseil Européen pour la
Recherche Nucléaire) (or European Organization for Nuclear Research)
laboratory in ...

Microbial Food Safety In Animal Agriculture

Author: Mary E. Torrence
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470752602
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reaction so that detection and differentiation can be simultaneously
accomplished in a single test. Several multiplex ... Purification of DNA from fecal,
food, and environmental samples using a reliable method is essential for
achieving satisfactory results with PCR. ... In our laboratory, we have successfully
used buoyant density centrifugation with Percoll (Pharmacia Biotech) gradient
medium for very sensitive detection of C. jejuni in artificially spiked egg contents
with PCR (Sabin et al.