CTAB


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AcronymDefinition
CTABCetyltrimethylammonium Bromide
CTABCanadian Technology Accreditation Board (Ottawa, ON, Canada)
CTABClear to Auscultation Bilaterally
CTABCement Treated Aggregate Base (construction technology)
CTABCounty Tax Appeal Board
CTABCertified Testing, Adjusting, Balancing Professional (professional certification)
CTABCable Television Advisory Board (Nashua, NH)
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The company's current product line comprises of premium gold nanoparticles with specialized coatings, including citrate, CTAB, PEG and a proprietary silica coating that provides colloidal stability, bioconjugation potential and enhanced optical properties.
This investigation to clarify the effect of CTAB on the stability of chromium sulfate nano-particles is a effective step in determining above-mentioned interaction (Kobari, M.
Modification of a CTAB DNA extraction protocol for plants containing high polysaccharide and polyphenol components.
Ready to use DNA extracted with CTAB method adapted for herbarium specimens and mucilaginous plant tissue.
The chaotropic modifiers urea, guanidine hydrochloride, dicyandiamide, and lithium perchlorate and the surfactants SDS and CTAB were added to soy flour adhesives.
The optimized bead beating technology replaces time-consuming isolation procedures such as CTAB, phenol, or chloroform extraction for recovery of high quality nucleic acids from the most difficult sample types, including strawberry leaf, cotton leaf, cotton seeds, and pine needles.
Extracted solution was mixed with 8ml CTAB buffer and 2ml of 10% SDS incubated at 60[degrees]C for 30 minutes.
Total DNA cellular was extracted from young leaves of inbred lines using the CTAB method (DOYLE; DOYLE, 1990), with some modifications suggested by Daher et al.
CTAB was added in the solvent of a certain proportion of xylene and butyl acetate, and then [Fe.