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  • n. The fluid used in perfusion


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  • Besides, the amount of the perfusate is also subject to increased temporal control: The supply can be turned on and off within one minute. - latest science and technology news stories

  • The three parallel fluid streams have the additional advantage that the perfusate may be exactly dosed by varying the width of the middle stream. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Isolated perfused hearts were used to study the effects of a decreased oxygen concentration in the perfusate on contractile performance (RPP) and phosphocreatine (PCr) concentration

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  • Hematopoietic stem cells which maintain their differentiation capacity, as well as stromal stem cells that support long-term culture of hematopoietic cells, can be harvested from perfusate of placenta following CXCR4 receptor blockade, said Dr. F. Kuypers.

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  • MSP1 bound to IgG was detected in the fetal perfusate.

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  • Patient plasma samples or perfusate were either diluted 1: 3 in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) (nondissociated samples) or 1: 2 in dissociation buffer (1.5 M glycine-HCl [pH 2.0]).

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  • The ratio of TT antigen to TT-specific antibody in the maternal perfusate closely correlated to that observed in the fetal circulation, suggesting coupling of antigen transfer to the specific transport of antibody

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  • At the beginning of all experiments, the placenta was perfused for 30 minutes without return of the perfusate to the circulation (open loop), to remove blood and metabolites from the two placental circulations.

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  • Another study examining transplacental transport of tetanus toxoid (TT) antibodies using the ex vivo placental perfusion model reported tetanus antigen in both the maternal and fetal perfusate.

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  • This was followed by a closed-loop perfusion (recycling of perfusate) for 60 min to equilibrate the placenta and to identify leaks or shunts between maternal and fetal perfused circulation.

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