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(used of solutions) having the same or equal osmotic pressure

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The supernatant was removed and the packed membrane structures were washed and centrifuged, as described above, three times with isoosmotic NaCl solution to eliminate the unbounded compound.
Our observations with increased expression of PSMA2 are specific to acute exposure of cells to medium containing high glucose as compared to isoosmotic low glucose medium and suggest the likelihood of increased proteasomal activity.
6 to complete enteral nutrition diet, standard, a high fiber, - at least 1.5 g/100 ml, comprising casein and soy protein, fat LCT and ?-3 fatty acids, normokaloryczna 1 kcal / ml, isoosmotic, an osmolarity to 285 mosmol / l, in a secure self-healing membrane bag with a volume of 500 (equivalent to Fresubin Original Fiber) - A 500 ml bag - 800
Some studies have shown that the inhibitory effect of sodium chloride (NaCl) on seed germination was more severe than that of isoosmotic PEG, as in Atriplex prostrata and Atriplex patula [13] and Aristida adscensionis and Artemisia ordosica [14].
The ectoine eye drops contain an isoosmotic solution with 2% ectoine and 0.35% hydroxyethyl cellulose; the ectoine nasal spray is a hypertonic solution with 2% ectoine.
For example, poor performance of fish in 15%-K at near isoosmotic salinity (15 ppt) observed in our study and improved performance at 40.3%-K are corroborated by results of Doroudi et al.
(1) It occurs on a backdrop of hyperosmotic, isoosmotic, and hypoosmotic plasma; hence measurement of plasma osmolarity is important in the assessment of hyponatremia.
The separation procedure uses an isoosmotic density barrier that separates the mononuclear cells and neutrophils into two distinct bands.
In contrast, iodixanol is a nonionic, isoosmotic medium that requires a relatively low cumulative g force (648 x [10.sup.5] g x min vs 288 x [10.sup.6] g x min for salt DGUC) that, in addition to preserving the hydration of LDL, is more likely to maintain the structural integrity and conformation of lipoprotein particles in general.