Relative Fluorescence Units - How is Relative Fluorescence Units abbreviated?
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Because these are t = 0 measurements, all the relative fluorescence unit
(RFU) counts were converted to moles of 4-MU per liter of blood using the calibration curve.
The maximum density ([rho]-Max) algorithm is applied to the background-corrected data to determine the ratio (r) of fluorescent signals from the two Detector Probes at each pass during the reaction according to the equation: r = ln(ROX/FAM), where ROX and FAM correspond to the signals in relative fluorescence units
(RFU) obtained from the rhodamine- and fluorescein-labeled probes, respectively.
The concentrations of the PCR products were determined by the peak heights expressed as relative fluorescence units
(RFUs) on the CGE/LIF electropherogram based on the calibration factor generated from serial dilutions of the PCR product with known concentration determined by a DNA concentrator (DyNA Quant 200 from Hoefer).