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Aggregation of Purified Protein Reference Materials Characterized by Asymmetric Flow Field Flow Fractionation

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

This is a file containing aggregation data for two proteins that were thermomechanically aggregated. The aggregated proteins were separated by asymmetric flow field flow fractionation and separated protein fractions were detected and quantified by UV spectrophotometry and multi-angle light scattering. The UV spectrophotometry was used to quantify the amount of residual monomer, which is reported herein. The multi-angle light scattering was fitted to a relevant model to calculate the molecular weight of the aggregated protein, also reported herein.

Tags: electrical sensing zone,flow imaging,light obscuration,particle,protein aggregate,protein particle,subvisible particle,visible particle,Biosciences and Health,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST DART-MS Forensics Database (is-CID)

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

The NIST DART-MS Forensics Database is an evaluated collection of in-source collisionally-induced dissociation (is-CID) mass spectra of compounds of interest to the forensics community (e.g. seized drugs, cutting agents, etc.). The is-CID mass spectra were collected using Direct Analysis in Real-Time (DART) Mass Spectrometry (MS), either by NIST scientists or by contributing agencies noted per compound. The database is provided as a general-purpose structure data file (.SDF).

Tags: Standard reference data,mass spectra,Ion Fragmentation,mass spectrometry,NIST Mass Spectral Libraries,Chemical Identification,Biosciences and Health,Security and Forensics,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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Datasets from an interlaboratory comparison to characterize a multi-modal polydisperse sub-micrometer bead dispersion

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

These four data files contain datasets from an interlaboratory comparison that characterized a polydisperse five-population bead dispersion in water. A more detailed version of this description is available in the ReadMe file (PdP-ILC_datasets_ReadMe_v1.txt), which also includes definitions of abbreviations used in the data files. Paired samples were evaluated, so the datasets are organized as pairs associated with a randomly assigned laboratory number.

Tags: Biosciences and Health,particle,protein particle,sub-micrometer particle,subvisible particle,particle tracking analysis,resonant mass measurement,electrical sensing zone,holographic particle characterization,flow imaging,laser diffraction,flow cytometry,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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Datasets from an interlaboratory comparison to characterize a multi-modal polydisperse sub-micrometer bead dispersion

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

These four data files contain datasets from an interlaboratory comparison that characterized a polydisperse five-population bead dispersion in water. A more detailed version of this description is available in the ReadMe file (PdP-ILC_datasets_ReadMe_v1.txt), which also includes definitions of abbreviations used in the data files. Paired samples were evaluated, so the datasets are organized as pairs associated with a randomly assigned laboratory number.

Tags: Biosciences and Health,particle,protein particle,sub-micrometer particle,subvisible particle,particle tracking analysis,resonant mass measurement,electrical sensing zone,holographic particle characterization,flow imaging,laser diffraction,flow cytometry,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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NIST Micronutrients Measurement Quality Assurance Program Winter and Summer 2017 Comparability Studies

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

The Micronutrients Measurement Quality Assurance Program (MMQAP) was coordinated by the Chemical Sciences Division and supported measurement technology for selected fat- and water-soluble vitamins and carotenoids in human serum. This program was initiated in 1984 by the National Cancer Institute Division of Cancer Prevention and Control to ensure the long-term reliability of the measurements made while studying the possible cancer chemoprevention roles of these compounds.

Tags: interlaboratory comparisons,Biosciences and Health,Energy,Environment and Climate,Food and Nutrition,fat-soluble vitamins,Carotenoids,Vitamin C,Human Serum,interlaboratory study,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 1546a Meat Homogenate

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

SRM 1546a Meat Homogenate - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for validation of methods for determining fatty acids, cholesterol, proximates, calories, elements, vitamins, and amino acids in canned meat products and similar materials. This SRM can also be used for quality assurance when assigning values to in-house reference materials. The meat homogenate is a mixture of pork and chicken products blended together in a commercial process. A unit of SRM 1546a consists of four cans, each containing approximately 85 g of material.

Tags: Standard Reference materials,SRM,SRM 1546a,Meat Homogenate,food,nutrition,certified value,reference value,Food and Nutrition,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 1849a Infant/Adult Nutritional Formula

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

SRM 1849a Infant/Adult Nutritional Formula - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for validation of methods for determining proximates, fatty acids, cholesterol, vitamins, elements, amino acids, and nucleotides in infant and adult nutritional formulas and similar materials. This SRM can also be used for quality assurance when assigning values to in-house reference materials. The SRM is a milk-based, hybrid infant/adult nutritional powder prepared by a manufacturer of infant formula and adult nutritional products.

Tags: Standard Reference materials,SRM,SRM 1849b,infant formula,adult nutritional formula,food,nutrition,certified value,reference value,Food and Nutrition,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 1950 Metabolites in Frozen Human Plasma

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

SRM 1950 Metabolites in Frozen Human Plasma - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for validation of methods for determining metabolites such as fatty acids, electrolytes, vitamins, hormones, and amino acids in human plasma and similar materials. This SRM can also be used for comparison of measurement technologies used in metabolomic studies and for quality assurance when assigning values to in-house reference materials. This SRM is intended to represent "normal" human plasma. A unit of SRM 1950 consists of five vials, each containing approximately 1.0 mL of plasma.

Tags: Standard Reference Material,SRM,SRM 1950,human plasma,certified values,reference values,metabolites,Biosciences and Health,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 2193a Calcium Carbonate pH Standard [used as saturated Ca(OH)2 solution]

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

SRM 2193a Calcium Carbonate pH Standard [used as saturated Ca(OH)2 solution] - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use in preparing solutions for calibrating electrodes for pH measuring systems at pH values above 11.0. This lot of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) was selected for its low level of alkali metal impurities. However, this SRM is certified ONLY as a pH standard, NOT as a pure substance. A unit of SRM 2193a consists of 30 g of CaCO3. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

Tags: Biosciences and Health,Environment and Climate,Food and Nutrition,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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SRM 2378 Fatty Acids in Human Serum

Data provided by  National Institute of Standards and Technology

Donor serum for SRM 2378 was collected from three groups of individuals: (level 1) three healthy donors who took 1000 mg/day of fish oil supplements for a minimum of one month prior to collection; (level 2) three healthy donors who took 1000 mg/day of flaxseed oil supplements for a minimum of one month prior to collection; and (level 3) three healthy donors who did not take either fish or flaxseed oil supplements for one month prior to collection.

Tags: fatty acids,serum,Biosciences and Health,

Modified: 2022-07-29

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