Definitions

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  • adjective Divided into, or distributed in aliquots

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Examples

  • Genital fluids from 109 subjects, including male and female cohorts from Italy and Cambodia, were collected, aliquoted and processed with different techniques, to assess optimal conditions maximizing mucosal antibody recovery.

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  • The samples were immediately aliquoted and frozen at − 80°C.

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  • The samples were centrifuged for 10 min at 4C and the resulting plasma aliquoted into Eppendorf tubes, which were frozen immediately at − 80°C.

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  • Each reagent kit includes pre-aliquoted reagents and primers needed for synthesizing first-strand cDNA ready for preamplification and pathway-focused analysis.

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  • The samples were centrifuged for 10 min at 4C and the resulting plasma aliquoted into Eppendorf tubes, which were frozen immediately at − 80°C.

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  • Primed and control cells were then aliquoted into designated small tissue culture flasks (25 ml volume) and treated with 50 µM of noscapine or its analogs or DMSO for 2 hr or instantly prior to triggering oxidative burst.

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  • This final mixture was aliquoted into four 2 mL cryotubes which were flash-frozen and returned to − 80°C.

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  • Pure fractions were dialyzed (20 mM Tris-Cl [pH 8.0], 10% glycerol and 150 mM NaCl), aliquoted and stored at − 80°C.

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  • Immediately after counting, the cultures were aliquoted into ten 2 mL cryotubes, flash-frozen in liquid nitrogen and stored at − 80°C.

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  • For each peptide or protein, an amount sufficient for inseminating 32 animals (two times 16) with 0.33 prostate gland equivalents each was aliquoted and put on ice.

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