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material that has been homogenized (especially tissue that has been ground and mixed)

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The brain homogenates also showed a decreased TAC in comparison to the controls.
Here, we investigated the expression of the proapoptotic gene Bax in LV homogenates and assessed RNA messages using RTPCR.
After the homogenate was centrifuged (10,000 g, 4[degrees]C, 10 min), the supernatant was neutralized with 0.
We tested tick homogenates from rRT-PCR-positive samples for viable virus with 2-step cell culture assay using human hepatoma cell line 7 (HuH-7) following a published protocol (5).
For hepatic tissues, homogenates were prepared from 100 mg tissues of each sample.
The amount of DCUN1D2 in adult rat sciatic nerve and brain homogenates was first compared by western blot analysis (Fig.
The following was added on 25 [micro]l of homogenates, to all plates and in duplicate: 145 [micro]l of Triton/Na phosphate (5 ml of 100% Triton X-100 in 50 ml of 1M sodium phosphate buffer at pH 7.
The Cu-Zn SOD activity in adipocyte homogenates did not show differences between F rats and OvxF rats, but treatment with T significantly increased its activity (p = 0.
From each sample, swabs were taken from the outer surface of the tissues before dissection and homogenates were subsequently prepared from the inner tissue surfaces which were untouched during swabbing.
The nitrite/nitrate and MDA were assayed colorimetrically in homogenates of kidney, testis, spleen and jejunum according to the methods of Green et al.
Homogenates were centrifuged at 10,000 X g for 20 min at 4[degrees]C (Sorvall RC5-B, Wilmington, DE), and the supernatant was assayed for CA activity.
of age, they were sacrificed by cervical dislocation, 30 chicks / treatment / interval to extract, at temperatures between 0 and 4[degrees]C, the duodenal segments and pancreas from which the homogenates were prepared to determine intestinal enzyme activity for maltase, sucrase, alkaline phosphatase and phytase.