Thus, extraction methods which can take large volumes (up to mililitres), sample input volumes, and concentrate the contained nucleic acids into tens of microlitres are needed in such applications.
What does ML stand for?
ML stands for Microlitre (1/1,000,000 litre; usually written as mu-litre)
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- Melt Link
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- Merrill Lynch
- Met-Life (insurance)
- Meta Language
- Meteorology Laboratory
- Metro League
- Metro Ligero (Madrid, Spain public transportation)
- Metropolitano de Lisboa (Lisbon Underground Railways)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A person with HIV is said to have AIDS when their count of CD4 immune system cells drops below 200 per microlitre of blood or they develop what is known as an AIDS-defining illness; any one of 22 opportunistic infections or cancers related to HIV.
A normal platelet count in a healthy individual is between 1,50,000 and 4,50,000 per microlitres of blood.
HPTLC analysis The samples were spotted in the form of bands of width 4 mm with a Camag microlitre syringe on precoated silica gel aluminium plate 60 F-254 (10 x 10 cm size) using a Camag Linomat-5 (Switzerland).
Twenty microlitres of complete RPMI medium were placed in the wells, except the first three wells C-1 (where 40 [micro]L of an extract solution (5 mg/mL) were added in the first three wells and the final concentrations were 1000 [micro]g/ mL).
The parasites were counted against 200 white blood cells (WBC) and the counts were presented as parasitaes per microlitre of blood assuming 8000 WBC per microlitre.