ultrafiltrate


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ultrafiltrate

(ˌʌltrəˈfɪltreɪt)
n
a substance that has passed through an ultrafilter
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The ultrafiltrate, which is cell free, contains all of the substances in plasma (Electrolytes, glucose, phosphate, urea, creatinine, peptides, low-molecular-weight proteins) except proteins having a molecular weight of 268 kDa (Such as albumin and globulins).
in cultures of mouse cardiomyocytes exposed to blood ultrafiltrates from septic patients: the ultrafiltrate rich in IL-1[beta], IL-8 and C3a induced a reduction in the frequency of contraction of cardiomyocytes when electrically stimulated.
The RAD utilizes a high-efficiency filter (HemoCartridge) which generates ultrafiltrate that is then processed by a bioreactor of cultured renal tubule epithelial cells (BioCartridge) (Salani et al., 2018).
Details of indication of dialysis as routine session or emergency session, hemodialysis flow rate, duration, quantity of ultrafiltrate removed were noted.
This endocytic receptor complex transports cationic molecules present in the tubular ultrafiltrate into the cells.
The modest market share of this segment is mainly due to several factors such as increasing use in resolving fluid overloads, pulmonary edemas, & congestive heart failure; very low adoption owing to insufficiencies in waste clearance considering the severity of patients; and the ultrafiltrate utilized in SCUF is low, which helps in maintaining the stability of a patient's vital signs and does not have any major side effects.
(1999) conducted a series of experiments in megalin-knockout mice and reported that the major route by which 25O[HD.sub.3] accesses murine PTECs is via megalin-mediated endocytosis of the DBP-bound prohormone from the glomerular ultrafiltrate. Around the same time as these knockout mouse studies were being conducted, Liu et al.
However, the authors did not measure FT4 with use of a gold-standard method such as dialysis or ultrafiltrate LC-MS/MS.
The accuracy of the method was evaluated by analyzing certified reference materials (NIST 1643e-1643d trace elements in water for ultrafiltrate).
Urine is an ultrafiltrate of plasma and also may contain valuable biomarkers that could assist with PDAC diagnosis [12].
Pretorius, "Measurement of cortisol, cortisone, prednisolone, dexamethasone and 11-deoxycortisol with ultra high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry: application for plasma, plasma ultrafiltrate, urine and saliva in a routine laboratory," Journal of Chromatography B, vol.