In addition, the fundamentals and laboratory techniques commonly used for sample analysis such as fluorometry
, centrifugation, electrophoresis, photometry, and chromatography have also been covered.
spectrophotometry [7,13,41] and fluorometry
, to gas
A heterochromatin study demonstrating the non-linearity of fluorometry
useful for calculating genomic base-composition.
After mixing by pipetting up and down approximately 10 times, a 150-pL aliquot was transferred to the fluorometer plate and submitted to fluorometry
Recently, the methods for FQ residue analysis in food matrices of animal origin were mainly based on high-performance liquid chromatography with fluorometry
or mass spectrometry and immunoassay [6-15].
The eluted drug was determined by fluorometry
([[lambda].sub.ex] = 300 nm; [[lambda].sub.em] = 404 nm) .
Simultaneous high-performance liquid chromatographic determination of retinol by fluorometry
and of tocopherol by ultraviolet absorbance in the serum of newborns.
All experiments were conducted using this medium except 2'7'-dichlorofluorescein diacetate (DCFHDA) fluorometry
. Differentiation of THP-1 cells was optimised based on previously described protocols using PMA (also termed 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate or TPA) [33-36].
For the detection of the one-photon fluorescence signal that is usually analyzed in conventional fluorometry
, the 365 nm line of a Hg lamp was additionally prepared as the excitation light source.
After incubation and washing, the amount of the bound europium-labelled antibody was assessed by time-resolved fluorometry
(Delphia; Wallac, Turku, Finland).
These include chromatographic methods [5-9], fluorometry
[10-12], flow injection analysis [13,14], atomic absorption  and electroanalytical methods .