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  • adj. separated by centrifugation; centrifuged


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  • If the cotton is very greasy, it must be first boiled with soda-lye under pressure, washed, bleached with chlorine, washed, treated with sulphuric acid or HCl, again washed, centrifugated, and dried; if very greasy indeed a preliminary treatment with lime-water is desirable.

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  • As a consequence, of late years our tests for the presence of tubercle bacilli in milk are made not only by searching for the organism with the microscope, but also by injecting the centrifugated sediment of the infected milk into guinea pigs, to see if it proves infectious.

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  • To assess the HA and NA expression in 293T producer cells, after pp harvest, the 293T cells in 6-well plate were washed twice by PBS to remove residual surpernatant and lysed in 500 µL of reporter lysis buffer (Promega, WI) per well and centrifugated to remove cell debris. 20 µL of each sample

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  • After chase, cells were pelleted, resuspended in lysis buffer (10 mM Tris-HCl pH 7,6, 150 mM NaCl, 5 mM EDTA, 1 mM PMSF, 2 µg/ml aprotinin, 1% Triton X-100) for 45 min on ice and centrifugated at

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  • The elutant was centrifugated at 3000 rpm for 10 min to pellet the oospores. β-glucuronidase was added to the oospore and water suspension to a final concentration of 2000 U / ml.

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  • 45°C. and then centrifugated for an hour at high speed.

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