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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of perfuse.


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  • But then I heard people talk about it, and I don't know what it is about meat, but in the same way that asparagus emanates through your urine, meat perfuses through the skin.

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  • "A Dutch landscape along a navigable river which perfuses it till to the background."

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  • The removal of excess water and ions is required to ensure that the solute potential (ψs) of interstitial fluid, the fluid that perfuses the tissues in the body, and of the plasma, remain relatively constant.

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  • Using an ex vivo human placental model that dually perfuses a placental cotyledon with independent maternal and fetal circuits, immune-complexed MSP1 transferred from maternal to fetal circulation.

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