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  • OroboPOS-Membranes  + ('''[[OroboPOS]]-Membranes''', FEP 25 µm; 40/Pck. Two packages of this item are standard components of the [[OroboPOS-Service Kit]].)
  • OroboPOS-Mounting Tool  + ('''[[OroboPOS]]'''[[OroboPOS]]-Mounting Tool''' for application of [[OroboPOS-Membranes]]. It consists of two parts, (i) the membrane guide (larger diameter) and (ii) the membrane ring holder with [[O-ring\Viton\6x1 mm]] for holding the [[OroboPOS-Membrane Ring]] during membrane application.</br></br>This item is a standard component of the [[OroboPOS-Service Kit]].[[OroboPOS-Service Kit]].)
  • OroboPOS-Polishing Cloth  + ('''[[OroboPOS]]-Polishing Cloth''' for cathode cleaning. Replace the OroboPOS-Polishing Cloth at intervals. A two-year interval may be considered in cases of intensive use. This item is a standard component of the [[OroboPOS-Service Kit]].)
  • OroboPOS-Polishing Powder  + ('''[[OroboPOS]]-Polishing Powder''' for cathode cleaning. This item is a standard component of the [[OroboPOS-Service Kit]].)
  • PBI-Shredder SG3\120 V  + ('''[[PBI-Shredder SG3]]\120 V''')
  • PBI-Shredder SG3\230 V  + ('''[[PBI-Shredder SG3]]\230 V''')
  • OroboPOS-Connector Service  + ('''[[POS connector service]]'''; replacement of cable and amplifier in the OROBOROS electronics workshop (WGT).)
  • Base quantities and count  + ('''[[Template:Base quantities and count]]''')
  • ArXiv preprint server  + ('''arXiv''' is a classic preprint server i'''arXiv''' is a classic preprint server initiated in 1991 by Paul Ginsparg. {Quote: is a highly-automated electronic archive and distribution server for research articles. Covered areas include physics, mathematics, computer science, nonlinear sciences, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, statistics, electrical engineering and systems science, and economics. arXiv is maintained and operated by Cornell University with guidance from the arXiv Scientific Advisory Board and the arXiv Member Advisory Board, and with the help of numerous subject moderators. ~ end of Quote}. arXiv rejects abstracts that are submitted without accompanying paper. are submitted without accompanying paper.)
  • BioRxiv preprint server for biology  + ('''bioRxiv''' (pronounced "bio-archive") i'''bioRxiv''' (pronounced "bio-archive") is a free online archive and distribution service for unpublished preprints in the life sciences. It was launched in 2013 by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press in New York, and is operated by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, a not-for-profit research and educational institution. By posting preprints on bioRxiv, authors are able to make their findings immediately available to the scientific community and receive feedback on draft manuscripts before they are submitted to journals. bioRxiv is intended for rapid sharing of new research. Some review articles contain new data/analyses and may therefore be deemed appropriate. Reviews that solely summarize existing knowledge are not appropriate and neither are term papers, book excerpts, and undergraduate dissertations.excerpts, and undergraduate dissertations.)
  • PH calibration buffers  + ('''pH calibration buffers''' are prepared to obtain two or more defined pH values for calibration of pH electrodes and pH indicator dyes.)
  • PH combination electrode 150/6 mm  + ('''pH combination electrode''', 150 mm shaft, 6 mm diameter, incl. connection cable with BNC plug. * Replaced by [[O2k-pH ISE-Module]].)
  • PH combination electrode 70/5 mm  + ('''pH-Combination Electrode\70/5 mm''', 70 mm shaft, 5 mm diameter, for 30251-24 stopper. * Replaced by [[O2k-pH ISE-Module]].)
  • PH-Glass electrode  + ('''pH-Glass electrode''' with BNC plug. Two pH electrodes are included in the [[O2k-pH ISE-Module]].)
  • PX calibration - DatLab  + ('''pX calibration''' '''Site under construction!''')
  • Complex I-linked substrate state  + (''See'' '''[[N-pathway control state]] (previous: CI-linked))
  • CI control ratio  + (''See'' '''[[N/NS pathway control ratio]]''')
  • Complex I&II-linked substrate state  + (''See'' '''[[NS-pathway control state]]''' (previous: CI<small>&</small>II-linked))
  • Substrate control factor  + (''See'' '''[[Pathway control factor]]''', ''PCF'')
  • Substrate control ratio  + (''See'' '''[[Pathway control ratio]]''', ''PCR'')
  • Complex II-linked substrate state  + (''See'' '''[[S-pathway control state]] (previous: CII-linked))
  • CII control ratio  + (''See'' '''[[S/NS pathway control ratio]]''')
  • Group  + (''See'' '''[[population]]'''.)
  • Phosphate  + (''See:'' '''[[Inorganic phosphate]]''')
  • Autoxidation  + (''This definition is insufficient and need''This definition is insufficient and needs elaboration.''</br></br>Autoxidation is a slow process implying oxidation of carbohydrates through oxygen in open air, leading to a primary formation of peroxides and hydroperoxides. UV radiation can speed up this process.s. UV radiation can speed up this process.)
  • Natoms O  + (0.5 nmol O<sub>2</sub>; in bioenergetics a variety of expressions is used for units of amount of half a nmol molecular oxygen (natoms oxygen; natoms O; ng.atom O; nmol O), with the identical meaning: 0.5 nmol O<sub>2</sub>.)
  • Cellular substrates  + (1) Cellular substrates ''in vivo'', endogenous; '''Ce'''. 2) Cellular substrates ''in vivo'', with exogenous substrate supply from culture medium or serum; '''Cm'''.)
  • BAM15  + (2-fluorophenyl){6-[(2-fluorophenyl)amino](2-fluorophenyl){6-[(2-fluorophenyl)amino](1,2,5-oxadiazolo[3,4-e]pyrazin-5-yl)}amine ('''BAM15''') is a protonophore or uncoupler of [[Oxidative phosphorylation|oxidative phosphorylation]] detected in a screen for uncoupling agents exerting less toxicity than commonly used uncouplers and first described by [[Kenwood 2013 Mol Metab|Kennwood et al. 2013]]. In their comparison of BAM15 with FCCP it was shown to increase oxygen flux to a similar extent as the classical uncoupler, to display a much broader range of concentrations inducing maximum respiration, to stimulate no formation of H<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub>, to leave cellular membrane potential unaffected, and to ultimately exert less cytotoxicity.e potential unaffected, and to ultimately exert less cytotoxicity.)
  • O2k-Catalogue: O2k-MultiSensor\General  + (41'''###''' ''O2k-Catalogue: O2k-MultiSensor\General'')
  • Mitochondria Interest Group  + (<br/> [[File:MIG.gif|128 px|left]]<br/> </br>[[File:MIG.gif|128 px|left]]</br>The '''Mitochondria Interest Group''' (MIG) is an Inter-Institute Interest Group at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with members worldwide! MIG is concerned with all aspects of the mitochondrion and diseases in which the mitochondrion is involved. We hold monthly meetings, usually on the second Monday of the month (except when it is a Federal holiday or other special exceptions). </br></br>[email protected] is an Email list moderated by Ph.D. Steven Zullo as an interactive information platform, with free subscritpion to this mitochondrial network. List members are reminded of their responsibility to critically evaluate the content of the postings. The information, opinions, data, and statements contained herein are not necessarily those of the U. S. Government, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), or MIG and should not be interpreted, acted on or represented as interpreted, acted on or represented as such.)
  • Cover-Slip\black  + (A '''Cover-Slip''' should be placed on topA '''Cover-Slip''' should be placed on top of the O2k-Stopper to minimize contamination and evaporation of liquid extruding from the capillary of the stopper. The Cover-Slips do not exert any direct effect on oxygen backdiffusion into the [[O2k-Chamber]]. Use the the '''Cover-Slip\black''' to avoid light penetration and disturbance of fluorescence signals and generally for optical measurements in the O2k.</br></br>Two units of this item are standard components of the [[O2k-Assembly Kit]].[[O2k-Assembly Kit]].)
  • Cover-Slip  + (A '''Cover-Slip''' should be placed on topA '''Cover-Slip''' should be placed on top of the O2k-Stopper to minimize contamination and evaporation of liquid extruding from the capillary of the stopper. The Cover-Slips do not exert any direct effect on oxygen backdiffusion into the [[O2k-Chamber]]. Use the [[Cover-Slip\black]] (Product ID 24411-01) for optical measurements in the O2k.1-01) for optical measurements in the O2k.)
  • Custom label  + (A '''Custom label''' can be entered in this box to rename the axis label. Two lines are available for the axis name and unit.)
  • Digital Object Identifier  + (A '''Digital Object Identifier''', DOI, isA '''Digital Object Identifier''', DOI, is a persistent identifier used to uniquely identify online publications in order to ensure they remain traceable, searchable and citable over the long term. Compared to other types of persistent identifiers, the DOI system is widespread and well established in the life sciences arena, and it provides widely accepted visible proof that a publication is citable.sible proof that a publication is citable.)
  • Layout for DatLab graphs  + (A '''Layout''' in [[DatLab]]A '''Layout''' in [[DatLab]] from the Layout menu or the Graph menu is a predefined selection for standardized display of graphs, [[Plot - DatLab |plots]] to be displayed at specific [[Scaling - DatLab|scalings]]. Any defined graph layout can be selected from the Layout menu for defining initial settings for the plots [Ctrl+F6] and scaling [F6]. A layout can be modified and saved under a specific name. modified and saved under a specific name.)
  • Lower O2 limit - DatLab  + (A '''Lower O2 limit [µM]''' can be definedA '''Lower O2 limit [µM]''' can be defined in DL protocols for each chamber, to trigger an automatic warning when the experimental O<sub>2</sub> concentration declines below this limit as a WARNING to remind the user that re-oxygenation of the medium may be required. In DatLab 7 set the lower O<sub>2</sub> limit in the pull-down menu 'Protocol' \ Set DL-Protocol / O2 in the pull-down menu 'Protocol' \ Set DL-Protocol / O2 limit.)
  • National Standards Body  + (A '''National Standards Body''' is the national member of the [[International Organization for Standardization]] (ISO).)
  • Notified Body  + (A '''Notified Body''' is an organisation designated by an EU country to assess the conformity of certain products before being placed on the market.)
  • Quality audit  + (A '''Quality Audit''' is the process of systematic examination of a quality system carried out by an internal or external quality auditor or an audit team.)
  • Stand alone application  + (A '''Stand alone application''' is computer software that can work offline, i.e. does not necessarily require network connection to function or does not even provide the possibility to connect to a network.)
  • Web application  + (A '''Web application''' is a computer software where the [[user interface]] gets accessed by the user through a web browser.)
  • Canonical ensemble  + (A '''canonical ensemble''' is the group ofA '''canonical ensemble''' is the group of compartments enclosed in an isolated system '''H''', with a smaller compartment A<sub>1</sub> in thermal equilibrium with a larger compartment A<sub>2</sub> which is the heat reservoir at temperature ''T''. When A<sub>1</sub> is large in the canonical sense, if its state can be described in terms of macroscopic thermodynamic quantities of ''V'', ''T'', and ''p'' merging with the state described as a probability distribution.T'', and ''p'' merging with the state described as a probability distribution.)
  • Closed system  + (A '''closed system''' is a system with bouA '''closed system''' is a system with boundaries that allow external exchange of energy (heat and work), but do not allow exchange of matter. A limiting case is light and electrons which cross the system boundary when work is exchanged in the form of light or electric energy. If the surroundings are maintained at constant temperature, and heat exchange is rapid to prevent the generation of thermal gradients, then the closed system is isothermal. A frequently considered case are closed isothermal systems at constant pressure (and constant volume with aqueous solutions). Changes of closed systems can be partitioned according to internal and external sources. Closed systems may be [[Homogenous system |homogenous]] (well mixed and isothermal), [[Continuous system |continuous]] with gradients, or [[Compartmental system |discontinuous]] with compartments (heterogenous).[[Compartmental system |discontinuous]] with compartments (heterogenous).)
  • Coupling-control protocol  + (A '''coupling-control protocol, CCP''', inA '''coupling-control protocol, CCP''', induces different [[coupling control state]]s at a constant [[electron-transfer-pathway state]]. [[Residual oxygen consumption]] (''Rox'') is finally evaluated for ''Rox'' correction of flux. The CCP may be extended, when further respiratory states (e.g. cell viability test; CIV assay) are added to the coupling control module consisting of three coupling control states. The term '''phosphorylation control protocol''', PCP, has been introduced synonymous for CCP.</br>» [[Coupling_control_protocol#From_PCP_to_CCP |'''MiPNet article''']][Coupling_control_protocol#From_PCP_to_CCP |'''MiPNet article''']])
  • Dataset  + (A '''dataset''' is a collection of data. In the context of databases a dataset represents the collection of entries in a database-table. In this table columns represent [[Attribute|attributes]] and rows display the according values of the entries.)
  • Detector  + (A '''detector''' is a device that convertsA '''detector''' is a device that converts the light falling upon it into a current or voltage that is proportional to the light intensity. The most common devices in current use for [[fluorometry]] and [[spectrophotometry]] are [[photodiodes]] and [[photodiode arrays]].[[photodiode arrays]].)
  • Difference spectrum  + (A '''difference spectrum''' is an [[absorbance spectrum]]A '''difference spectrum''' is an [[absorbance spectrum]] obtained by subtracting that of one substance from that of another. For example, a '''difference spectrum''' may be plotted of the [[absorbance spectrum]] obtain ed from reduced [[cytochrome c]] and subtracting the [[absorbance spectrum]] from the same concentration of [[cytochrome c]] in its oxidised state. The [[difference spectrum]] may be used to quantify the amount to which the [[cytochrome c]] is reduced. This can be achieved with the aid of a [[reference spectrum]] (or spectra) and the [[least squares method]].[[least squares method]].)
  • Directive  + (A '''directive''' is a legal act of the European Union, which requires member states to achieve a particular result without dictating the means of achieving that result.)
  • Dispersion devices  + (A '''dispersion device''' diffracts light A '''dispersion device''' diffracts light at different angles according to its wavelength. Traditionally, prisms and [[diffraction gratings]] are used, the latter now being the most commonly used device in a [[spectrofluorometer]] or [[spectrophotometer]].[[spectrophotometer]].)
  • Fluorophore  + (A '''fluorophore''' is a fluorescent substA '''fluorophore''' is a fluorescent substance that may occur naturally ([[intrinsic fluorophores]]) or that may be added to a sample or preparation whereby the fluorescence intensity is proportional to the concentration of a specific species or parameter within the sample. These are [[extrinsic fluorophores]], also referred to as fluorescent markers., also referred to as fluorescent markers.)