microlitre


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microlitre

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˈliːtə) or

microliter

n
(Units) one millionth of a litre
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preeflow volumetric pumps dispense from the microlitre range on up, to an accuracy of +/- 1% independently of viscosity, while exhibiting low shear force on any media.
Five microlitre of PCR product mixed with 1 [micro]L of 6* DNA gel loading dye were loaded in the well.
Fifty microlitre of each dilution was spread on each NFM agar plate and allowed to incubate at 37C for 24 h.
100 microlitre of each milk samples was into Nutrient agar, Mac Conkey agar, Mannitol salt agar, Heart infusion agar, Eosin methylene blue agar and Mueller Hinton agar and were incubated aerobically at 37[degrees]C for 24-48 hours.
His HIV-1 RNA was 1050118 (reference range, <20) and CD4 was 276 cells per microlitre (reference range, 317-1868 cells per microlitre), CD4 was 17.
The drug is for adults and adolescents identified with severe eosinophilic asthma - considered to be a blood eosinophil count of around 150 cells per microlitre at the start of treatment, or 300 cells per microlitre over the past 12 months.
Oral and SS volumes were measured by aspirating secretions with a pipette from the pledgette tube and conical tube and rounding to the nearest microlitre.
The UN agency's previous treatment guidelines, set down in 2010, called for drug initiation when the tally of CD4 cells - the key immune cells targeted by HIV - reached 350 cells or less per microlitre of blood.
A person with HIV is said to have AIDS when their count of CD4 immune system cells drops below 200 per microlitre of blood or they develop what is known as an AIDS-defining illness; any one of 22 opportunistic infections or cancers related to HIV.
A microlitre of normal blood contains 150,000-350,000 platelets but since they are so small, they make up a tiny fraction of the volume.
The samples were spotted in the form of bands of width 4 mm with a Camag microlitre syringe on precoated silica gel aluminium plate 60 F-254 (10 x 10 cm size) using a Camag Linomat-5 (Switzerland).
One microlitre (10 ng) of pUC19 DNA was mixed with 50 [micro]l of competent cells and held on ice for 10 min.