liver extract


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liver extract

n.
A dry brownish powder containing the soluble thermolabile fraction of mammalian livers that is capable of stimulating the production of red blood cells.

liver extract

n
(Pharmacology) an extract of raw mammalian liver containing vitamin B12: sometimes used to treat pernicious anaemia
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25% (v/v) Biolytes 3-10] was added to the liver extract (100-400 [micro]g), avoiding to exceed 150 [micro]L of deposited sample.
Liver extract with B-complex (Belamyl (b)) 10 ml i/m on alternate day for 3 doses as supportive therapy.
The lechon sauce had liver extract blended with red wine, but more interesting was the calamansi-santol mixture that not only gave a fruity finish to the roasted pork, but also cut down the fatty taste.
To kick off this column, we have selected a question and answer regarding crude liver extract.
Deparafinated and endogen peroxidase-blocked sections were incubated overnight at 4[degrees]C with the G3 strain from an infected liver extract at a concentration of 2 x 109 genome copies/mL.
influenza vaccine), and Vitamin B12 or liver extract (except for patients with macrocytic anemia, the diagnosis of which is established on the basis of hematological studies).
When I complained to Health Minister Tony Clement, he had an official at Health Canada inform me that patients must have their doctors apply to Health Canada for "SPECIAL PERMISSION" to import thiamine and liver extract from the US.