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microlitre

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˈliːtə) or

microliter

n
(Units) one millionth of a litre
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We have developed a microfluidic biosensor based on a differential immuno-capture electrical cell counting technology to enumerate specific cells in 20 minutes using 10 microliters of blood.
Through the addition of MicroLiter, which provides products for use with autosamplers, Wheaton delivers on its strategy to boost its position in chemical analysis products, the buyer's president, Wayne Brinster, said.
a significant increase in the total number of platelets -170 in the surviving controls to 380 thousand cells/ microliter at 23 days (p<0.
Couples in which both partners were 18 or older were eligible to participate if one partner was HIV-1 seronegative and the other had tested positive for HIV-1 and HSV-2, had a CD4 count of 250 per microliter or higher, did not have AIDS and was not receiving antiretroviral therapy.
A 10-turn screw precisely adjusts the angle of the guide plate, providing variable flow over a range of 5 to 80 microliters per stroke and pressures up to 5 bar.
Not only can scientists now transfer microliter volumes for a wide range of fluids without contact and without pipette tips, they never have to be burdened with instrument calibration again.
According to the company, the primary efficacy endpoint of this programme is a stable platelet response by week 24 with platelet counts at or above 50,000 per microliter of blood for at least four of the final six qualifying blood draws.
The company added that PERSIST-2 is a randomised, open-label, multicentre Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating the company's pacritinib compared to best available therapy, including the approved JAK1/JAK2 inhibitor dosed according to product label for patients with myelofibrosis whose platelet counts are less than or equal to 100,000 per microliter.
Microliter spectrophotometry is a technique used to measure extremely small sample sizes, but its market potential is anything but small.
Public Health Service (USPHS) in 1995 recommended starting PCP prophylaxis when the patient's CD4 count falls to 200 or fewer cells per microliter, or if the patient develops thrush.
By analyzing microgram or microliter quantities of the target samples routinely isolated for evaluation, mVivo analysis provides valuable, non-biased information about a drug's on- and off-target effects during animal studies.
A planned analysis of the study up to 72 weeks demonstrated treatment with pacritinib led to durable reductions in spleen volume and symptom burden, two key measures of disease control, in patients with myelofibrosis, including patients with low platelets at baseline (less than 50,000 per microliter and less than 100,000 per microliter).