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lysate

(ˈlaɪseɪt)
n
(Biology) the material produced by lysis
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The local heat causes a fever-like environment in the skin and promotes the release of lysate from the microneedles, effectively attracting and activating immune cells.
9) Bacterial lysates are also used in cosmetic formulations.
000), and the same trend could be found for 5-HT of the platelet lysate between saline treatment subgroups of MI, depression, MI + depression and control groups ( P = 0.
Their core technology focuses on the commercialization of platelet products such as BioBandage, a Magellan platelet rich plasma product, and PLUS human platelet lysate which serves as a clinical grade cell culture supplement.
In an attempt to understand mechanism of immune response elicited by phage lysate in present study we are reporting the TLR mediated immune response of plain and alum adjuvanated phage lysate of B.
The precleared lysate was then preincubated with anti-phycocyanin antibody (1:1,000 dilution) for 1 hr at RT before adding the cyanobacteria lysate.
Interaction of WT p53 to RAD51 in MCF7 cell lysate was confirmed by pulling down of GST- WT p53 fusion protein with RAD51 and blotting for RAD51 in two studied cell lines.
After incubation for 18 and 42 hours each antioxidative activities were measured in culture supernatant and lysate.
Nearly 9,000 of products have been added in this launch such as Recombinant Human ZNF80 293 Cell Lysate, Recombinant Human VAMP8 293 Cell Lysate, Recombinant Human YIF1B 293 Cell Lysate, and Recombinant Human BBS5 293 Cell Lysate etc.