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

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The samples were collected by using sterile swabs, and the homogenates were gently stirred with each swab as the sample was collected to optimize sample uniformity.
Simple and negative stains indicated that all colonies from surface collections and whole body homogenates were cocci in shape.
The LPO level in liver homogenates of control and four different observation period of rabbits implanted with BGA are demonstrated in figure 2.
Several berry homogenates were subsequently pumped under pressure and at sterilization-level temperatures of greater than 95 C within a closed loop system.
Notably, IT administration of DEP also resulted in increased TNF[alpha] production in whole-brain homogenates and activated microglia morphology in the substantia nigra (Figure 3).
LDH isozymes in quail testes homogenates were analyzed on non-denaturing 8% PAGE according to the method described by Trigun et al.
A second series of bioassays were conducted on bacteria isolated from heat-treated homogenates from dead insects.
They found that rapid uniform volumetric heating, such as with a microwave treatment, could optimize the thermal preservation of berry-based pulps and homogenates.
The activity of fatty acid synthetase in the cytosolic fraction of lactating mammary gland homogenates was measured spectrophotometrically [22].
The net volume of tissue presented in the homogenates was determined as the difference between the volume of the tissue specimen and the volume of extraneous fascia (also measured by saline volume displacement) (4).
mRNA is amplified using reverse transcriptase PCR (RT-PCR) and the expression of epithelial specific transcripts from metastatic tumour cells is measured in lymph node homogenates.
Normal mouse spleen homogenates were prepared similarly and used as control.
Levels of thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances (TBARS) and catalase (CAT) activity in myocardial homogenates were unchanged by training irrespective of the protocol duration.
Therefore, the use of tissue homogenates in complex I assays results in a relatively high rate of rotenone-insensitive NADH oxidation that interferes with the sensitivity of the complex I assay.
After the control scans were taken, the meat homogenates were spiked with various concentrations of calpastatin: 240, 120, and 60 ng.