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he·mo·lyze

 (hē′mə-līz′)
intr. & tr.v. he·mo·lyzed, he·mo·lyz·ing, he·mo·lyz·es
To undergo or cause to undergo hemolysis.
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he•mo•lyze

(ˈhi məˌlaɪz)

v. -lyzed, -lyz•ing. v.t.
1. to subject (red blood cells) to hemolysis.
v.i.
2. to undergo hemolysis.
[1900–05]
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he·mo·lyze

v. hemolizar, producción de hemólisis o liberación de la hemoglobina de los glóbulos rojos.
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Then, the erythrocytes were mixed with a hemolyzing solution (4nM magnesium sulfate and 1nM acetic acid), and the hemolyzed solution was stored for a maximum of 10 days at -80[degrees]Cfor analysis.
Hemolyzing patients who have inflammation indicated by increased C-reactive protein concentrations will usually have low haptoglobin concentrations of <30 mg/dL (2) because the haptoglobin-hemoglobin complex is cleared from the circulation with a half-life of 10 to 30 min.
Ultrasonic hemolyzation offers advantages over chemical hemolyzation, including low maintenance and zero risk of interference from chemical hemolyzing agents or partially hemolyzed red blood cells.
Early studies of human and canine red blood cells (RBCs) showed that both could tolerate temperatures as high as 46[degrees]C for up to an hour without hemolyzing or undergoing demonstrable morphological change (Ham, Shen, Fleming, & Castle, 1948).
The FP and WB samples and Bio-Rad [A.sub.2]/F controls were prediluted in 1 mL Bio-Rad hemolyzing buffer.
In this series, the viewer will learn the revised CLSI order of draw; how to avoid hemolyzing specimens; how to minimize collector-induced errors that alter results; the most common mistakes that injure patients and bring lawsuits; and much more.
Glucose concentrations were determined in 500 [micro]L of hemolyzing reagent plus 10 [micro]L of blood or plasma (collected in heparinized end-to-end glass capillaries; cat.
In addition to the effect hemolysis has on analytes, the presence of hemolysis may also mask hemolyzing antibodies in the antibody screen and crossmarch.
Saponin, the traditional hemolyzing agent, consistently inhibited total cell lysis in ascorbate at the important pH values of 4.0, 4.7, and 5.2, which favor plasma conjugase activity, and a large cohort of cells remained intact.