centrifugate


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Verb1.centrifugate - rotate at very high speed in order to separate the liquids from the solids
ultracentrifuge - subject to the action of an ultracentrifuge
spin - stream in jets, of liquids; "The creek spun its course through the woods"
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The centrifugate is poured into a conical flask, and 5-6 g of ammonium sulfate ([(NH).sub.2]S[O.sub.4]) is added in portions of 2 to 3 grams, each time stirring the contents of the flask with a glass rod until the salt dissolves.
Harvested cells were lysed by sonication on ice, and the supernatant of the centrifugate (1300 xg at 4[degrees]C for 15 min) was collected.
10 mL of the centrifugate was freeze dried and 1 g of solid material was obtained.
Cells were harvested by mechanical scraping into 4[degrees]C PBS solution, and add the cell lysis buffer into cells then centrifugate at 12000 g for 5 min.
After ballast proteins reject, and centrifugate collected in capacity for gonadotrophin settling.
The finding was further confirmed by Prussian blue staining of broncho-alveolar lavage centrifugate which revealed hemosiderin-laden macrophages (Siderophages).
In this case the centrifugal force is insufficient to centrifugate liquid and almost the entire volume of liquid and sand is at the cylinder bottom.
The centrifugate was poured off and 10 uL of the resulting RBC button were pipetted into a separate tube along with 10 uL of trypan blue, which only stains RBCs lacking an intact membrane and indicates a nonviable cell, (18) and 2.5 mL of PBS were added to each of 4 separate test tubes for testing in quadruplicate.