+91 9414287715 helpdesk@gpatindia.com

Category: GPAT Preparation

Minimum Inhibitory Concentration(MIC)|Minimum Bactericidal Concentration|Post Antibiotic Effect

Minimum Inhibitory Concentration(MIC)|Minimum Bactericidal Concentration|Post Antibiotic Effect Lecture The Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) is defined as the lowest concentration of an antimicrobial ingredient or agent that is bacteriostatic (prevents the visible growth of bacteria). MICs are used to evaluate the […]

Continue Reading

MASS SPECTROSCOPY PART -2- Ionization Technique, Source, MCQ

Mass spectroscopy is significantly depends upon the ionization method. Ionization can be categorized into two part Hard ionization technique :- High energy, Increased fragmentation Soft ionization technique :- Low energy, Decreased fragmentation IONIZATION TECHNIQUES :- FOR VOLATILE COMPOUNDS :-A. ELECTRON […]

Continue Reading

ELISA ( Enzyme linked Immunosorbent): Principle,Procedure,Types and MCQ for NET JRF, GPAT

ELISA :- Enzyme linked Immunosorbent assay is commonly known as ELISA. where Ag-Ab interaction is monitored by enzyme measurement. It is similar in principle to RIA but depends on an enzyme rather than a radioactive labels. An enzyme conjugated with […]

Continue Reading
×
PG Diploma in Advance Clinical Research 2020
Apply now