Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an aseptic manner; by means of asepsis.
- adv. In an aseptic manner.
“But, he says, they are aseptically cleaned, which includes soaking them in an antimicrobial cocktail.”
“Unless it is aseptically packaged, tofu should be kept cold.”
“Canned or aseptically packaged nonfat chicken, beef, and vegetable broths are invaluable cooking staples.”
“After three or four days of incubation at 29 to 30 C, spore suspensions of the organisms were transferred aseptically to bottles containing the supplemented substrate solidified with agar.”
“The parts are immediately covered with aseptic absorbent cotton and this dressing is left in position for forty-eight hours and if perchance there is evidence of synovial discharge, the parts are again aseptically dressed in order to prevent infection of the articulation.”
“Half a dozen nurses, trousered and jacketed in the regulation white viscose-linen uniform, their hair aseptically hidden under white caps, were engaged in setting out bowls of roses in a long row across the floor.”
“Cutting out the diseased places and treating aseptically may be useful in light cases, but badly infected trees are incurable, in the present state of our knowledge.”
“Lifecore's product revenues primarily consist of sales of hyaluronan raw material and aseptically filled hyaluronan finished goods.”
“Of the remaining two wild type infected mice, one was allowed to deliver normally and the other was sacrificed 3 days post infection and the cesarean delivered pups were dissected aseptically and the pooled organs were homogenized and plated.”
“Spleens were aseptically isolated and treated as following: Briefly, the spleens were digested in 1.5 mg/ml collagenase D at 37°C for 30 min and EDTA was applied at the last 5 min to disrupt DC-T complexes.”
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