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recuperation in which the symptoms of an acute disease gradually subside

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The method is safe and achieves rapid recovery, relief from pain and aids in cessation of cell lysis.
Sonicated product was smeared on glass slide and microscopically observed for confirmation of proper cell lysis.
Cells were dissociated by cell lysis buffer, and cell lysis was carried out at 4[degrees]C by vigorous shaking for 45 min.
16) While the concept of osmotic cell lysis is not novel, we were interestingly able to discern varying susceptibilities of different bladder cancer cell lines to water induced-hypotonic shock effect.
For many cells, cell lysis is simple and can be performed with a salt solution (9).
COD]) demonstrated that the cell lysis performed better in neutral condition.
Bio-Rad Laboratories' rapid cell lysis kits allow researchers to obtain reverse transcription quantitative PCR (RT-qPCR) data directly from cultured cells without the need for a separate RNA purification step.
Ashush et al (2000) and Ando et al (2006), concluded that exposure of cells to ultrasonic cavitation was shown to induce apoptosis in addition to the conventionally reported instantaneous cell lysis and necrotic disintegration.
coli), synthesized protein accumulates internally, and cell lysis is required to isolate the target protein.
Despite the long SB pathway of the white mango scale, no cell lysis (neither in pierced nor in surrounding cells) was detected in the leaf tissues.
Corynex(TM) does not require cell lysis or protein refolding, eliminating the need for endotoxin removal steps.
Following single-cell separation, the next step is cell lysis to provide access to the genomic material, and subsequent multiple displacement amplification (MDA) (Lasken, 2007).
10 ug/mL concentration of chromium complete cell lysis was observed.
The workflow then proceeds with a rapid "on-chip" cell lysis without RNA purification, reverse transcription, and preamplification without hands-on reagent mixing and sample transfer.
Although the two groups were almost identical at baseline in psychological, sympathetic, neuroendocrine, and immune domains, the chronic stress group showed greater subjective distress, higher peak levels of epinephrine, lower peak levels of beta-endorphin and of NK cell lysis, and a more pronounced redistribution of NK cells in response to the acute psychological challenge than the controls.