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microlitre

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˈliːtə) or

microliter

n
(Units) one millionth of a litre
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Overall, 86 percent of patients (n=31) achieved a platelet response, defined as achieving platelet count of at least 50,000 platelets per microliter of blood and doubling of their baseline.
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One pipette might deliver 99, 100, and 101 microliters (pretty good), while a second delivers 80, 100, and 120 (pretty bad).
One microliter of liquid is a very small droplet, weighing only about one one-thousandth of a gram.
The technology for concentrating virions from 100-L volumes was developed previously at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the means for purifying and concentrating virions from volumes in microliters have been developed recently.
In just a year, the T cell counts of people in this group dropped to an average of 101 per microliter of blood, too few to ward off other infections.
The Unilife Ocu-Ject (TM) platform - enables the accurate, precise and intuitive delivery of microliter sized doses to the eye.
April--The Impact of One Microliter: The trend toward smaller volumes has reached the point where a variation of one microliter in one component of a test may cause the test to fail outright or to give an erroneous result.
Results from an ongoing, long-term extension study in adults that were also presented at the meeting showed that Nplate maintained platelet counts within a range of 50,000 to 200,000 platelets per microliter in the majority of adult patients with chronic ITP with minimal dose adjustments for up to nearly five years.
In the November JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES, they report an "impressive" association between low blood levels of DHEA and progression to AIDS among a subset of the HIV-infected men: those with CD4 counts of 200 to 499 per microliter of blood.
Patients eligible for the study had been diagnosed with ITP three months prior to study start and had a baseline platelet count of <30,000 platelets per microliter (or <50,000 platelets per microliter for patients taking corticosteroids).
Using eGene's system, the researchers used only one microliter diluted Hhal digested PCR samples and diluted (1:10) in TE solution, loaded 12-strip tubes in the eGene HDA-GT12 System and ran the OM 500 method with 15bp and 3kb markers.