1989), two cupric cations chelated by molecules of iminodiacetic acid (IDA) immobilized onto a single spacer molecule of polyethylene glycol (PEG) or chelated by a molecule of ethylene glycol bis-aminoethyl crosslink and precipitate proteins that contain multiple metal coordination sites (Vijayalakshmi, 1989).
What does IDA stand for?
IDA stands for Iminodiacetic Acid
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We have 327 other meanings of IDA in our Acronym Attic
- Improvement District 9 (Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada)
- IDA-Discover (i-data, TCP/IP port 5742)
- Idaho (old style postal)
- Idaho Dairymen’s Association
- Idaho Department of Agriculture
- Idaho Falls Regional Airport
- Idaho Falls, ID, USA (Airport Code)
- Identity of Key for Authentication
- Illinois Digital Archives (Illinois State Library)
- Image Difference Analysis
- In Defense of Animals
- In-Depth Analysis
- Indemnisation Directe de l'Assuré (French: Direct Compensation of the Insured)
- Independent Digital Artists
- Independent Distributors Association
- Independent Documentary Association
- Indian Dental Association (Mumbai, India)
- Indirect Access
- Indirect Data Addressing
- Individual Development Account
Samples in periodicals archive:
A subsequent hepatic iminodiacetic acid (HIDA) scan demonstrated impaired hepatocellular function, delayed passage of contrast to the bile duct, and a photopenic area below the liver.
HIDA scan for acute cholecystitis The iminodiacetic acid derivatives labeled with Tc-99m have high extraction efficiency in the liver, even with elevated levels of bilirubin.
State University of New York (Albany, NY) has patented a metal charged iminodiacetic acid cellulose for detecting a test sample having a histidine tag.
Selectivity is achieved by the iminodiacetic acid functionality chemically bound to a macroreticular porous styrene divinylbenzene resin matrix.