bioassay

Procedure for estimating the concentration or biological activity of a substance (e.g.vitamin, hormone, plant growth factor, antibiotic, enzyme) by measuring its effect on a living system compared to a standard system.



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Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Nickel (II) sulfate hexahydrate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Manganese ethylenebisthiocarbamate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Selenium dimethyldithiocarbamate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Beryllium sulfate
Journals database: American Laboratory, News edition
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Cadmium sulphate (1:1) hydrate (3:8)
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Nickel (II) acetate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Mercurous chloride
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Selenium diethyldithiocarbamate
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Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Copper dimethyldithiocarbamate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Barium acetate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Selenium sulfide
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Titanium dioxide
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Bismuth oxychloride
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Cobalt sulfate heptahydrate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Cadmium chloride monohydrate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Zinc diethyldithiocarbamate
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Trimethylarsine oxide
Link database: The Carcinogenic Potency Project: Zirconium (IV) sulfate