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lysate

(ˈlaɪseɪt)
n
(Biology) the material produced by lysis
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All other biochemicals were estimated in kidney tissue lysates in all experimental animals comprising eight mice in each group (control, 60th and 90th day post infection).
Western blotting analysis of testicular lysates revealed 6 majors bands (21-, 28-, 32-, 34-, 39-, and 49- kDas) of testicular tyrosine phosphorylated proteins which are detected in all groups (Fig.
9) Bacterial lysates are also used in cosmetic formulations.
Luteolin decreased the relative level of mucin in cell lysates and media.
Tenders are invited for purchase of alphalisa reagents for research to detect and quantify target proteins associated with crude cell lysates in a high throughput format.
After that, final bleed was collected and the specificity of the antiserum obtained was tested in tilapia pituitary and liver lysates using Western blot with and without antiserum preabsorption with the antigen.
The MCF7 and MDA-MB-468 cell lysates were solubilized in a lysis buffer containing 10 mM Tris-HCl pH=7.
Scientists can use the assays to analyse cell lysates or tissue lysates, whether they are treated with therapeutic antibodies or small molecules.
com)-- Official marketing staff of Creative Biomart has announced today of their new products release for over-expression lysates.
Abcam provides protein research tools and services, with its catalogue currently including more than 130,000 products such as primary and secondary antibodies, proteins, peptides, lysates, biochemicals, immunoassays and other kits.