Venous blood should not be collected into a capillary tube
or a micro-tube.
From blood collected into a capillary tube
via fingerstick, the simple to use test detects and quantifies a wide range of HCV genotypes within 58 minutes.
One of the most broadly used methods was proposed by Yu and Cheng ; their model was developed based on the tortuous fractal capillary tube
model, although no empirical parameters were introduced in their model.
The drop-in replacement entailed oil change (in the R-22 unit), charge optimization, and capillary tube
Key statement: A tire having a radial carcass reinforcement, having at least one layer of reinforcing elements, said tire comprising a crown reinforcement, which is itself covered radially with a tread, said tread being joined to two beads via two sidewalls, wherein at least 90% of the reinforcing elements of at least one layer of the carcass reinforcement are non-wrapped metal cords having in what is called the permeability test a flow rate of less than 20 [cm.sup.3]/min., wherein at least 1% of the reinforcing elements of said at least one layer of the carcass reinforcement are capillary tubes
and wherein, in a plane of section perpendicular to the axis of the capillary tube
, the ratio of the open area to the area of material is greater than 0.4%.
The Quantitative Buffy Coat (QBC) technique involves the use of special fluorochrome dye to highlight malaria parasite at predictable location of a specially prepared capillary tube
. This method, though faster and easier is however much more costly and species identification is difficult by this technique. This study was carried out in a teaching hospital in North-east India to evaluate the QBC technique against the conventional Giemsa stained smears in diagnosis of malaria parasite.
The C[O.sub.2] withdraws heat from the steel of the mold and escapes out of the expansion room in gaseous form through an annular gap between the hole and capillary tube
. Given the purity of LC[O.sub.2] supplied for this application (typically >99.98%), there is little danger of residue build-up or contamination of the hole as there would be with water cooling.
Before the difference in the molecules' mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) is measured for quantification, the ions typically pass through a capillary tube
to keep the sample ionized.
The expansion happens in a carefully designed restriction called a capillary tube
. The compressor either runs on full capacity or is idle.
To use the device, a patient pricks his or her finger to draw blood into a capillary tube
then connects the tube to a microfluidic cassette.
formation was observed using a phase contrast microscope during the culture period.