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EPGElectronic Program Guide
EPGElectropalatography (speech science)
EPGEminent Persons Group (APEC subcommittee)
EPGEggs per Gram (parasitology)
EPGEngineering Process Group
EPGElectronic Proving Ground
EPGElectrophotographic
EPGEnterprise Platform Group
EPGExecutive Planning Group
EPGExpanded Portland Group (telecommunications)
EPGElectronic Payment Gateway (transaction processing)
EPGEngineering Proving Ground
EPGEuropean Participating Governments
EPGEmergency Procedure Guidelines
EPGExercise Planning Guide
EPGExercise Planning Guidance
EPGEngineered Products Group Pty Ltd (Australia)
EPGEmbedded Planar Graph
EPGEnhanced Platforms Group (Sprint PCS)
EPGEmployment Planning Guide
EPGEarnings Performance Group
EPGElectropherogram
EPGElectronically Programmed Governor
EPGEmergency Power Generator
EPGExtended Planning Guidance
EPGElectrical Power Generator (space shuttle)
EPGElectrostatic Particle Guide
EPGEniwetok Proving Ground
EPGEncuentro Por Guatemala (Spanish, Guatemala)
EPGEngineering Practice Group
EPGEnhanced Product Group
EPGEyePlay Games LLC (multiplayer gaming site)
EPGEhlert Publishing Group (Maple Grove, MN)
EPGEpisode Program Guide (television)
EPGExam Preparation Guide (various organizations)
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Capillary electropherograms were revealed from the individual Gene Scan files with the help of Peak Scanner software v1.
5 min and 2 min respectively as reported [34] prior to each run or if any distortion in the peak shape in electropherograms during the day is observed.
This is probably related to the fact that the fractions are better separated from one another on the human electropherograms than on those obtained from birds, as reported in our study.
In this study by considering standard KSTI as a reference electropherogram and comparison of inferred results from different peaks with standard it is easy to recognize which peaks are related to KSTI and BBI according to immigration time and pick area under curve (figures 6).
Eventually, an image called an electropherogram is produced, showing the different forms of EPO (also called isoforms) present in a urine sample.
Each electropherogram was edited with the EditView program and then aligned with its complementary sequence.
Fragments sized from 50 to 500 base pairs (bp) with a peak height >50 in the electropherogram were retained for subsequent analysis.
Each electropherogram itself shows signal strength vs.
Electropherogram corresponding to a mixture of the selected PENs, after the application of the LVSS procedure, is shown in FIG.