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Immediately after autoclaving, the media were transferred to a sterile bench and poured into borosilicate glass (18 x 150 mm) culture tubes (Carolina Biological Supply Co.
Each type of media was dispensed into culture tubes (20 ml per tube) and then autoclaved at 110 [degrees]C for 20 min.
A large mortality event within several culture tubes was observed at this time and shells of dead urchins were also counted and diameter measured.
Other inserts for specific types of glassware such as culture tubes, media plates, DNA sequencing plates, and BOD bottles are readily available.
All NPAs were added to an additional LLC-MK2 cell culture tube and incubated at 33[degrees]C.
A 1-cm section was taken at the same location (2 cm from the tip) from each tube because the size and shape of an entire tube made its complete immersion in culture tubes impossible.
Disposable culture tubes are used in clinical laboratory applications such as blood collection and urinalysis.
After slicing, the top fractions were transferred to either 12 X 75 mm glass culture tubes (1-mL method) or analyzer cups (0.
No visual turbidity was observed in uninoculated sterile 1 mL nutrient broth culture tubes incubated at 37[degrees]C or room temperature nor were any sediments (pills) observed after the tubes were centrifuged at 14,000 RPM for 5 mm.
We found that white blood cells grown in culture tubes could be stimulated to produce and release TNF when Sarcocystis was added to the culture.
The products manufactured by the glassware consumables business purchased from Meteor Glass Corporation include Pasteur pipettes, perfume vials, shell vials, culture tubes, cigar tubes, hydrometer tubes, wintrobe tubes, westergren tubes, and rain gauges.
Under sterile conditions, the spores were rinsed with water, collected on filter paper, suspended in water and sown on 12 ml of nutrient medium in culture tubes (20 mm x 125 mm) with screw caps that were tightened to reduce moisture loss.
The two acids identified from the culture tubes after 72 h of incubation were acetic and butyric acids (Table 3).
8, and then distributed in 25x 150 mm culture tubes covered with plastic Bellco kaptus before autoclaving at 121[degrees]C for 15 minutes under pressure of 15 PSI.
The respective RIAs were performed by placing these volumes of each concentration in 12 X 75 mm borosilicate culture tubes.
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