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for 1 h at room temperature with continuous stirring. The labeled tetramer was separated from free dye using a Sephadex® G-25 prepacked gel filtration column. The column was first equilibrated with PBS buffer and then loaded with a reaction mixture and eluted with PBS buffer solution. Labeling degree (DOL) of tetramer was calculated using following calculations: (1) Protein   concentration   ( M ) = [ A 280 − ( CF × A 494 ) ] × dilution   factor ε ( protein ) $$ \text{Protein}\,\text{concentration}\,\left( \text{M} \right)=\frac{\left[ \text{A}280-\left( \text

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G 2 Betriebs-Kompazitätsmesser 1 Einfüllung 2 Ritzel des mechanischen Antriebs 3 Anschlag 4 Meßschale 5 Stempel 6 Führung 7 Anschlag 8 Ablesescheibe 9 Handantrieb 10 Gleichgewichtskontakt ll Waagebalken 12 Anhebbare Gegengewichte 9 13 Nocken zum Anheben der Gewichte 14 Antrieb der Stifte 15 Feuchtigkeitsfühler 16 Festwert Während der Backen-Kompazitätsmesser unter einer konstanten Last arbeitet und die Zusammen- drückbarkeit unter dieser Last nach einer gegebenen Zeit gemessen wird, erfolgt die Verformung beim Betriebs-Kompazitätsmesser nach

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-intervention Post-intervention Pre-intervention Post-intervention 0 110.5±7.9 133.7±7.5 + 120.6±9.0 129.3±9.4 1.62 63.0±5.0 75.0±4.4 + 67.6±5.0 71.3±5.1 4.86 45.8±3.0 53.9±3.1 + 47.3±3.2 50.4±2.7 +Source of a two-way (leg× time) interaction; greater (p<0.05) than the other treatment means for that velocity. PT, peak torque; SEM, standard error of the mean. Table 3 Knee extensor TTPT (mean ± SEM in seconds) results. Velocity (rad./second) Left leg Right leg Pre-intervention Post-intervention Pre-intervention Post-intervention 0 2.06±0.20 2.35±0.24 2.03±0.25 2.04±0.33 1.62 0