Elution

Definition

noun

(1) The removal or separation of one material from another, especially with a solvent.

(2) The process of extracting a substance adsorbed to another by means of a suitable solvent or buffering agent as in column chromatography.

(3) The removal or separation of antibody from the antigen to which it is attached.


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Word origin: elute » from Latin ēluere, ēlūt-, to wash out : ē-, ex-, ex- + -luere, to wash.
Related forms: elute (verb).

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