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1. In an excellent manner; well in a high degree.

2. In a high or superior degree; in this literal use, not implying worthiness. When the whole heart is excellently sorry. (j. Fletcher)

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High variation among triplicates in ELISA

... and a 1:6000 diluted Protein-A HRP which serves as the detecting factor. ON top of that, I overlay with a KPL ECL mix (which I know to work excellently in other assays I've done with it). What I've seen is usually a variation of 1 out of 3 triplicates, though not all wells suffer from this ...

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by pilpel
Mon Mar 10, 2008 2:04 pm
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: High variation among triplicates in ELISA
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... brought samples. This is an accurate depiction of the continued neglect and mistreatment we face. An egotistical, lazy, closeminded physician (excellently protrayed) does not make us look crazy, Far from it..... It did make him (and the medical community) look downright incompitant. It was ...

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