resuspend


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put back into suspension

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The authors also found that higher friction velocities are necessary to resuspend surface layer particles compared to particles deposited along the outer layers.
Steps 2 through 5: Remove the growth medium and resuspend the cells in a buffer (Solution I).
In step 2 the beads were washed 3 times with TBS, the PCR reagent mix was used to resuspend the beads, the mix was heated to 95 [degrees]C for 5 min to elute the ligated DNA, and 20 [micro]L of the supernatant was transferred to a microplate well.
The independent review panel last week called for substantive changes to standards that govern the project, including the pace of work and levels of PCBs that dredgers stir up and resuspend into the river.
DNA was extracted with phenol/chloroform/isoamyl alcohol (25:24:1), washed with ethanol and resuspend in TE buffer.
Hornbuckle says the Great Lakes' infamous violent storms can resuspend PCBs and DDT compounds that have settled into sediments.
Researchers have also documented that suction dredge mining resuspends toxic mercury that settled in our waterways during the original Gold Rush, and that this has a lasting negative effect on the food chain.
Whale benthic bioturbation in the Bering Sea resuspends three times more sediment than is annually transported by the Yukon River, the fourth largest sediment source in North America.
Our data suggest that vortex-mixing of centrifuged amniotic fluid for 15 s adequately resuspends sedimented phospholipids in most samples (89%).