Matrix Isopotential Synchronous Fluorescence - How is Matrix Isopotential Synchronous Fluorescence abbreviated?
MISF (redirected from Matrix Isopotential Synchronous Fluorescence)
|MISF||Microsoft Internet Security Framework|
|MISF||Multiple Investment Sinking Fund|
|MISF||Matrix Isopotential Synchronous Fluorescence (spectrofluorimetry measuring tool)|
|MISF||Multiple Independent Spike Foci (electroencephalograms)|
|MISF||Management Information Security Forum|
|MISF||Miscellaneous Intelligent Service Fee (travel)|
|MISF||Miscellaneous Interim Storage Facility|
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Matrix isopotential synchronous fluorescence
(MISF) spectrometry, which was first described by Murillo-Pulgarin and Molina (17-19), is a novel technique for resolving badly overlapping mixtures or detecting analytes in complex fluorescence backgrounds without the need for preseparation procedures; it has been used to determine various components in urine or serum (17-27).