blood spots

blood spots

hemorrhagic graafian follicles seen in ovaries of mice, caused by injection of urine of pregnant women; a positive result in the now obsolete Aschheim-Zondek test for pregnancy.

blood spots

spots of blood in hen eggs; an esthetic problem to the breakfast eater. They are of no disease significance and can be prevented by increasing the content of vitamin A in the diet. This is an effective preventive even in those families of birds which appear to have an inherited susceptibility to the defect.
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By the sympathy of your human hearts for sin ye shall scent out all the places--whether in church, bedchamber, street, field, or forest--where crime has been committed, and shall exult to behold the whole earth one stain of guilt, one mighty blood spot.
Recent litigation efforts in Texas and Minnesota make clear the abundance of misinformation in circulation regarding the privacy and protection related to the use of new-born blood spots," said Jill Levy-Fisch, SBTS President.
The assailants fled when police returned fire, Shirin said, adding blood spots were seen at the site, indicating casualties among the insurgents.
HIV-1 and HCV detection in dried blood spots by SYBR Green multiplex real-time RT-PCR.
Van Andel Research Institute (VARI) researchers detected approximately 9,000 activated genes in samples from adult blood spots on Guthrie cards that had been archived anywhere from six months to three years.
EFFECT OF ADDING THE INTERNAL STANDARD TO BLOOD SAMPLES, PRIOR TO THE PREPARATION OF BLOOD SPOTS FOR ACYLCARNITINE ANALYSIS
Dried blood spots (DBS) are collected from all infants born in the United States to conduct metabolic screening.
There were blood spots on the floor and blood smears on the walls.
In a search led by Jersey's deputy chief officer Lenny Harper, pictured, fragments of bone, and blood spots have been found in one of what police believe are four secret rooms at Haut de la Garenne.
The Forensic Science Service (FSS) will have to explain why two blood spots and clothing fibres were apparently missed at the time of the schoolboy's death.
The retrial of deputy head Sion Jenkins has been told three tiny blood spots on his trousers had been re-examined last year and found to contain specks of his foster daughter Billie-Jo's flesh.
Deputy headmaster Sion Jenkins, 47, claims that more than a hundred microscopic blood spots got on his clothing when he tended dying Billie-Jo after returning home to find she had been brutally battered.