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Protein-bound iodine

protein-bound iodine

thyroid hormone in its circulating form, consisting of one or more of the iodothyronines bound to one or more of the serum proteins.

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Biuret, Iodine, Benedict's test

I'm doing a practical in biology involving the Biuret, Iodine and Benedict's tests. First I need to predict the following, so any help ... be? (1ml sample size) Egg Albumen Honey Amino Acid Solution Water Protein Solution Milk Muscle Powder Any help will be very helpful :D Thanks in ...

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by Zel
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Topic: Biuret, Iodine, Benedict's test
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... dressings and a full apple on my plate, in all my 3 daily meals, incl. protein, that by the end of a couple of weeks, I noticed huge differences ... luck p.s. Pls don't do this past one mth as the raw cabbage, will leach iodine from your thyroids. You can resume after you give yourself a break. ...

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Urgent: info ELISA/EIA kit

Yes, but insulin is a protein and the sequences of rat, human, and mouse insulin are different and may not ... in their structures from animal to animal--unless the points at which the iodine atoms are attached differs between species. I wouldn't think so, but I don't know ...

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Topic: Urgent: info ELISA/EIA kit
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... to galactosidase. 4. Viroid contain a. only RNA b. only DNA c. only protein d. RNA and DNA My answer: d I read that viroid consist only of nucleic ... All the following are heavy metal used as antimicrobial agent except a. iodine b. merthiolate c. selenium sulphate d. copper sulphate My answer: ...

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Sun Apr 16, 2006 12:55 pm
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: microb problems
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your answers

... a probe. The seeds were tested for starch, simple sugars, fats, and protein by means of IKI, (iodine dissolved in potassium iodide), Benedict solution, Sudan IV and Biuret reagent. Students ...

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Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: Marrowfat Peas
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