following centrifugation the oocysts were washed sever times in PBS.
centrifugation at 4000 rpm for 15 minutes.
The next day cells were harvested by centrifugation at 4000 rpm for 15 minutes.
The cells were collected by centrifugation, transferred to 50 ml tubes, resuspended in 30 ml binding buffer, and frozen.
Insoluble material was removed by centrifugation at 16,000 rpm for 40 minutes at 4°C.
The milk was separated by centrifugation into the cell fraction at the bottom, fat at the top and solution in between.
Dissociation of core particles into open core and genomic RNA The open core particles devoid of genomic dsRNAs were isolated by centrifugation through CsTFA.
The solubilized mixture was then resolved by sucrose density gradient centrifugation.
Surfactant was isolated from duck, chicken, and pig lung lavage fluid by differential centrifugation.
centrifugation step to assure attachment of the GV contents to the slide.
After density gradient centrifugation, virus particles were detected in the density zone of 1.34 g/ml.
Monocytes and lymphocytes may also be obtained fresh from human blood using density centrifugation to isolate distinct cell types according to their different densities.
centrifugation for 45 minutes at 21,500 rpm, 4°C.
Cells were collected by centrifugation, and pellets were stored frozen (-20°C) until further use.
harvested by centrifugation.
lavage fluid by differential centrifugation.
Particle size also can be determined by a centrifugation test, in which blood samples are spun very quickly to allow particles to separate and move at different distances.
Blood flows from a needle inserted in an arm vein through a catheter (plastic tube) into a machine that separates the blood into its components by centrifugation (spinning).
When the hematocrit is determined by centrifugation, the MCV and MCHC may differ from those derived by an electronic cell counter, especially in anemia.
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