Tritiated


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Trit´i`at`ed

    (trĭt´ĭ`āt`ĕd)
a.1.(Chem.) containing tritium; - of chemical compounds; as, tritiated thymine.
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Atrazine displaced the tritiated E2 in a dose-dependent manner (Figure 2A), demonstrating the ability of atrazine to bind to GPER, although with a lower binding affinity compared with E2.
Tritium is a rare substance and within nuclear fusion reactors, it uses a catalytic reaction to enrich as tritiated water and a system to collect it as tritium gas is required[4].
However, more recent studies using tritiated leucine (Marsh-Matthews et al.
The results of tritiated thymidine assay, colony formation assay, and flow cytometry indicated that Myricanol inhibited the growth of A549 cells.
The tritiated water was found in one of the 83 environmental monitoring wells of the station located near a water storage tank on June 7, 2014.
Samples had a small amount of tritiated T added to them (to allow for determination of extraction efficiency), extracted three times with diethyl ether (extraction efficiency 84%), and reconstituted in kit-supplied buffer.
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Comparison of MTT colorimetric assay and tritiated thymidine uptake for lymphocyte proliferation assays using chicken splenocytes.
Indeed, experimental data from isolated mitochondria utilising tritiated markers of mPTP opening, suggest that the pore remains tightly closed during the cellular ischaemic event (most likely due to an inhibitory effect of the intra-mitochondrial protons that accompany the matrix acidosis).
Process of repair of articular cartilage demonstrated by histology and autoradiography with tritiated thymidine.
Cultures from old donors produced less T cell growth factor (TCGF) and incorporated less tritiated thymidine (3H-Tdr) than did similar cultures from young donors in the presence of either mitogen.