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L represents a first dimension, and E represents a second dimension normal to the first dimension, with L being a longer dimension than E.
The 2D Chromatographysystem consisting of ion chromatography (first dimension) and nano-HPLC (2nd Dimension) is used for the separation of complex (eg heterohgen post-translationally modified) protein mixtures using various methods chromatohgraphischer in the first Dimension (eg, ion exchange, gel permeation) and reverse phase chromatography including desalination and direct infusion into the mass spectrometer in the 2 Dimension.
In the first dimension the cost of requirements were mentioned.
2-D HPLC using displacement chromatography in the first dimension addresses challenges in characterization, process control, process optimization, biomarker analysis, QBD programs and proteomics.
When each of said auxiliary elastic members is in a relaxed, non-stretched state and is not attached to said base sheet, the working section of said auxiliary elastic member has a first dimension as measured in said waist-circumferential direction.
NASDAQ:DADE) today announced it has shipped its first Dimension Vista([R]) 1500 Intelligent Lab Systems - the industry's first ultra-integrated analyzer for high-volume clinical laboratories.
In automatic 2D mode, the first dimension separation -- typically strong cation exchange -- can be run as a step gradient or as a linear gradient.
It is the first Dimension to have a front-accessible 1394 port, which offers a new level of convenience for digital video enthusiasts.