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a simple protein found in fish sperm

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Description :ITEM NAME-INSULIN ASTART (R-DNA ORIGIN) 30% AS SOLUBLE AND 70% AS INSULIN ASPART PROTAMINE CRYTAL CONTAINS 100 I.
Insulin lispro protamine, a component of premix Humalog, is, by itself, an intermediate-acting blood glucose lowering agent that is produced by combining insulin lispro and protamine sulfate under appropriate conditions for crystal formation.
While on CPB support, the HEPTEM assays alone or the combination of EXTEM and FIBTEM may be useful to predict the hemostatic capacity after heparin reversal with protamine sulfate.
In this research, a simple but very sensitive sensor based on fluorescence spectroscopy was presented by using cadmium -- telluride quantum dots to quickly measure protamine drug.
Patients and Methods: One hundred and twenty cardiac surgical patients were randomly divided into two equal groups, one receiving local protamine while the other group receiving local tranexamic acid before chest closure.
Heparin rebound" phenomenon usually occurs 1-8 hours after neutralization of heparin with protamine [14].
sperm with protamine deficiency were bright yellow stained, and yellowish green stained ones were related to mature sperm with complete protamination (CMA3-) recognized under fluorescent microscope with a 460 nm filter (Zeiss Co, Jena, Germany) (15).
In this most recent study, they wanted to build upon their work by testing how adding heparin to the ferumoxytol and protamine sulfate mix (a combination called HPF) might affect the NSC labeling.
Histona bagh kromatini, protamine bagli kromatinden ayirmak icin micrococcal ntikleaz sindirimi ve jel purifikasyon yontemi kullanmislardir.
C) This protein corresponds to the C-terminal end of P1 but already has the structural features of a protamine (see text).
Results: Young children, female gender, lower body weight and surface area, cyanotic heart diseases, types of procedures, longer time of CPB and aortic clamping time, low temperature, type of oxygenator used in CPB (affinity), higher total intra- operative doses of heparin and protamine, all were shown to significantly increase postoperative blood loss and transfusion requirement.
BEIJING, Shawwal 15, 1432, Sep 13, 2011, SPA -- China is facing a shortage of protamine sulfate, a life-saving heart drug used in post-cardiac surgeries, UPI cited experts as saying.
Re-calcified kaolin activated TEG was performed on the citrated blood samples, using native cuvettes, heparinase-modified cuvettes and native cuvettes with the addition of two different doses of protamine sulphate (20 U, 0.
In order to prove this effect, TEG samples from a patient on heparin therapy were run in parallel with 2 different antiheparin reagents: protamine 10 mg/mL diluted to a concentration of 0.